Class 12 History – Ten Most Important Questions

In this article we will provide you ten important History questions, which will help you in your class 12 board exams and other entrance exams. Class […]

For a long, successful career, LinkedIn says nothing beats a liberal arts major [Kopf & Wang]

For a long, successful career, LinkedIn says nothing beats a liberal arts major — from qz.com by Dan Kopf and Amy Wang Excerpt: “There is […]

Visualizing The Effects Of A Nuclear War

Source: Shadow Peace Coming off a summer of the investigation into Russia’s involvement in the election, the riots and deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and […]

FLVS in the Days of Dial-Up Internet

It was August of 2000. As my friends who taught in a brick-and-mortar classroom got up at 6 a.m. to face their first day, I […]

Share your memorable moments about world’s most popular Open source LMS – Moodle on 15th birthday celebrations #moodleparty

World’s most popular open source LMS – Moodle is turning 15 on the upcoming Sunday, 20th August 2017. The wonderful journey started back on 20th […]

If You Build It, They Will Come

It was late 1997. A group of six teachers and four support personnel had spent five months learning about teaching online from any source we […]

Social Studies, Advertising, And Persuasion: Student Travel Magazines Sell Tourism

ASIDE 2017 Over ten years ago, we heard a presentation entitled “Ban the Bird Units” by librarian and educator David V. Loertscher. Essentially, it encouraged […]

7 Famous Speeches that Changed the World

Throughout history, the human voice has always been a powerful weapon for change. Many great leaders, great orators, and people with vision have given speeches […]

French editions of Yom Sang-Seop, photographs from the Korean diaspora, and discovery

A small story for a Friday, one that recaptures a bit, at least for me, that spirit of the early internet. All about connections and […]

The History of Sign Language

Sign languages have been around much longer than most people think. Did you know that they existed in ancient Greece? And even before recorded history? […]

Celebrating 200 Years of American Sign Language

Every year on April 15, we get to celebrate the anniversary of ASL—and this year marks the language’s momentous bicentennial. Exactly 200 years ago on […]

Lithodomosvr.com: Archaeology Virtual Reality Content for Tourism, Education and Entertainment

Lithodomosvr.com: Archaeology Virtual Reality Content for Tourism, Education and Entertainment       An excerpt from their website: Head mounted virtual reality devices have an […]

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