How You Can Benefit From Committing Plagiarism

Plagiarism has been a perpetual problem that is now at the peak of its popularity. It is one of the most severe challenges for students, […]

China EdTech Business Connections Forum

Because of the strong request, we work with International Internet Education Alliance to host China EdTech Business Connections forum (live webinars and in person) to China audience, including leadership of EdTech companies, […]

K12 Professional Learning Resources from Intel

Created by educators, for educators, Intel’s Professional Learning resources are designed to...

The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives : The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (NLVM)...

#GuildChat for 09/09/16: Back to School!

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, September 9 at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week we’re looking closer at K-12 education and what the world of […]

A use for 3D Printing in the corporate sector

I’ve often wondered about the relevance of 3D printing in the corporate sector because we rarely produce a thing. Our products – such as bank […]

3 Inspiring TED Talks Every Learner, Trainer, and Teacher Should See

Looking for a bit of inspiration or clarity on various learning topics? We've developed a list of TED Talks that should be seen by learning […]

20 real-world examples of Virtual Reality

The inaugural Virtual Reality Working Out Loud Week launched earlier this month. It’s something I started up almost on a whim to promote real-world applications […]

6 Tips for Engaging the Distracted High School Student

The distracted high school student isn’t always easy to spot. Sometimes, it can be the student who is passing, doing acceptable work, but who just […]

5 Evolving Trends That Are Enhancing K-12 Learning

Trends in learning have changed and progressed throughout the years, but with the onset of technology in education, there is now a trend that’s here […]

5 Misconceptions About Blended Learning in K-12

    With the rise of technology, many college level courses have migrated from entirely in-person, to partly, mostly, or even entirely virtual. As colleges […]

K-12 and LMSs are Broken, Who’s to Blame?

Back in the 90’s I taught high school and loved it.  To this day, I still have very close friends who are teachers (middle school […]

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