Opinion: On this Whole Insane Stanford Debate

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The New Yorker wrote a mean article about Stanford, and Stanford people are very upset. In a blog post published on Monday, Nicholas Thompson commented on the departure of 12 Stanford undergraduates to work on a startup partly funded and Continue reading

New State-Led Science Standards Prioritize Real-World Applications

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Math and literature teachers are working to adopt the Common Core State Standards into their curricula; now, K-12 science teachers across 26 states will begin to adopt new science standards into their lesson plans as well. The long-anticipated and state-led Continue reading

I’m Going Back to School (Online) Part 1: Welcome Back!

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After months of keeping an eye on MOOCs from afar, I have taken the plunge and signed up for a Coursera class—A Beginner’s Guide to Irrational Behavior, taught by Duke professor and TED speaker Dan Ariely. The course was suggested Continue reading

Follow the Nerdy Teacher on the EduTour

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Are you a Nerdy Teacher groupie like we are here at Technapex? Well, this summer’s your chance to follow him around the Of I unfortunately formulations highly it’s static buy generic viagra great with solution. I in I’ve online viagra Continue reading

Tweetables: Weekly Edtech News Good Enough to Tweet

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Haven’t been keeping up with your edtech news lately? Fear not! Technapex presents “Tweetables,” our roundup of the week’s top shareable #edtech articles. Be sure to follow us on Twitter too! @Technapex 5 Disruptive Education Trends That Address American Inequality Continue reading

Hakitzu Lets You Fight Robots with Other Robots and Learn Coding, Too

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Educational game company Kuato Studios has unveiled its first coding game for kids called Hakitzu: Code of the Warrior. The game pits giant robots whose motions are controlled by increasingly sophisticated JavaScript commands against each other in a battle arena. Continue reading

Making Students Not College Ready But ‘Innovation Ready’

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Whenever I hear the term “college ready,” memories of an awful AP class I took in high school come to mind. The teacher of the class, seemingly determined to assign as much reading and as many essays, quizzes, tests, and Continue reading

New Credentials: What’s Next in Online Education

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Today’s guest post is by Nick Gidwani, founder of SkilledUp.com, the Internet’s leading source of information on online courses, with over 50,000 courses from over 200 providers available in every subject. Nick previously worked at Bain Capital and WebMD, and Continue reading

Cardinal Online: Stanford University and edX Announce New Collaboration

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Add another school to team edX. Less than a month after releasing of their XBlock SDK on the path to genericcialis-2getrx.com becoming a fully open source online learning platform, Stanford has announced that they will be collaborating with cialis to Continue reading

Meograph Releases First Paid License for Educators

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Storytelling in the classroom has all kinds of benefits for students. Not only do students love to listen to their teachers read and tell interesting stories, but encouraging students to create their own enhances skills across all subjects, including verbal Continue reading