If you read to the end of this post you get 10 Capterra points. And if you share it on social media, you’ll earn another 25 Capterra points and advance to Level Three Capterranaut. What are Capterra points? Nothing. I just made them up. They don’t do anything, and you can’t turn them in for […]

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Cellphones became ubiquitous among my classmates when I was in school. As more of my friends got phones, schools started to crack down on using them in class, fearing they’d becoming a distraction Despite these concerns, some schools have seen success by introducing smartphones into the classroom, according to NPR. Plus, since kids are likely […]

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President George W. Bush’s signature education bill, the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), has received a major overhaul by Congress which was recently signed into law by President Obama. This is in response to the negative view the law has held nationwide. This alternative aims to fix the many damaging aspects of NCLB. The […]

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Are you a school administrator? Are you having trouble keeping up with all the latest education reforms?  Do you want to grow your network and knowledge base? Do you want to filter out what’s written for teachers and only tangentially mentions school administration? Boy do I have school administration resources for you. I’ve taken the […]

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For people who have to work while getting a degree, on-campus learning is not the easiest, nor the most convenient solution. Luckily, school administration software, as well as broadcasting programs such as Skype, have made mobile learning a possible solution for those who may just not be able to make it to a physical classroom […]

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The story of Rocky Balboa is an inspiring and motivational tale of an underdog struggling to literally fight his way through life in the boxing ring. Every opponent he faces, whether it is in the ring or in life, challenges him to develop his strengths and his own character. When I was younger, I had […]

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Everything is making its way onto the internet nowadays. Our coffee machines, our televisions, our cars,  and even our infrastructure. This phenomenon is known as the “Internet of Things” (IoT). This term may not be used regularly, but its reality is everywhere for us to see. Wired magazine even considers the Internet of Things to […]

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Teaching diverse groups of children, each with their own personalities and ways of learning, is incredibly difficult. For instance, it certainly was difficult for me to learn at times: I was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of five. Learning through traditional methods proved to be a challenge. Even students who don’t have diagnoses can […]

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School administration software comes in all shapes and sizes for different types of schools, grade levels, and administration needs. Knowing which software to choose and which criteria to look for is the best way to make sure that your choice will be a worthwhile one. There are many features to consider, such as scheduling and […]

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Virtual reality was once relegated to fiction, a dream only accomplished in fantastic worlds far from home or our time. Science fiction was riddled with examples of humans living in virtual realities, some we could control, while others we could not. Virtual reality isn’t the stuff of dreamers any more. Virtual reality is taking off […]

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