8- Air Sketch “Jot! is a simple, fast whiteboard that lets you sketch out your ideas and share them in real time. Draw, take notes, or wireframe on your iPad quickly and easily as soon as ideas come to you. Share your ideas via email or save them as photos. Collaborate in real time over […]

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Glogster Slideshare.net is a free tool that allows you and your students to share your presentations, either publicly or with select people. If you want to make presentations available to parents, other educators, or give students a space where they can comment on each other’s work, Slideshare.net puts those options into your hands for free. […]

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Creative Book Builder enables everyone to create, edit and publish ebooks in a few minutes on the go. All published ebooks can be read by any ePub reader including iBooks. Everyone is professional writer now! Book Creator is simple way to create your own beautiful iBooks, right on the iPad. Read them in iBooks, send […]

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Website : http://bufferapp.com/diggdigg –> 4.    Proliferation of Open Educational Resources Tech brings with it an increased access to data. Colleges can now collect extensive and detailed data on how students are learning, what teaching methods work the best, and which kinds of education and career paths lead to the greatest success. Basically, from day one […]

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The value of intrinsically motivated, self-directed learning has been demonstrated everywhere from international studies to classroom anecdotes. We know teachers are always eager to get their hands on new activities that allow students to drive their own learning. To help spread the word, we reached out on Twitter and asked teachers to share their favorite […]

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Amiable and amicable are two words that have a lot in common. They share the same roots—both words come from the Latin word amare, which means “to love.” —BBC Most importantly, amiable and amicable have a very similar meaning in the sense that both can be used as a synonym for “friendly.” However, while amicable […]

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Making a schedule is the first step to staying organized and prepared for all the new material! What works best for you? Did you find a great study technique during college or medical school? When did you realize you needed to re-evaluate your habits? Give your own helpful hints below, and be sure to let […]

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• A Med Student/Foodie Extraordinaire at Baylor College of Medicine Using a timeline you have created of your life that includes all significant events and/or an updated copy of your resume or CV, check off the items you have already covered in your primary application. Creating a list from the remaining items that you have not […]

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Another big concern for teachers is whether blended learning will help them support their hard to reach students, such as English language learners, special education students, and students who are struggling academically. One teacher shared that when he started using blended learning, a student who began the year reading three grades below grade level ended […]

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Daisy and Gatsby finally meet! It’s awkward and horrible at first, but after an hour alone together both of them seem very happy. Then, the trio goes to tour Gatsby’s mansion. Gatsby is overwhelmed by Daisy’s presence and is almost manic. He throws piles and piles of his shirts in front of her until she […]

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