Vocabulary.com could actually make speaking well cool again.
Is handwriting on the way out? Is scribbling with a pencil or ink pen on actual paper destined to become a cultural relic?
The business school and networking company turn facilities in Philadelphia and San Francisco into one virtual classroom.
Remember handwriting? The old-timey art of transferring ink or charcoal to paper has been largely sidelined by technology, but a technology-infused pen is looking to bring handwriting into the current century.
A New York City school teacher has crafted a version of Minecraft for schools
Can sharing facts you learn in class be as fun as sharing the latest “Call Me Maybe” parody on YouTube?
That’s what SchoolTube says. The free website claims to be “the nation’s largest teacher-moderated K-12 video-sharing …
Want to learn something? There’s probably helpful stuff about it all over the web: videos, pages, digital books and more. If someone who already knew about the topic would put it all in one place, you’d be all set.
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A new type of textbook is threatening to disrupt a $4.5 billion industry that has so far avoided the media upheavals experienced in music, movies and trade publications. Open-source textbooks, free for students to use and for professors to modify, are being developed by more companies and adopted in more classrooms.
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Free classes from elite colleges like Princeton and Harvard have generated excitement, but they could actually widen the learning gap.