Monthly Archives: November 2012

The History of Education

The History of Education Taking a look at history, the education delivery within traditional classroom model hasn’t changed that much over the last ninety plus years. However with the assistance of technology and education revolutionaries, like Khan Academy, the industry … Continue reading

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Classroom Revolutionaries

Classroom Revolutionaries This is a great article on the top education revolutionaries in the country. It gives great resources on what is available to students both k-12 and higher Ed. Also, some great ideas for teacher development in education technology … Continue reading

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Benefits of Early Foreign Language Students

Utah Duel Immersion You have probably heard how learning a second language is easier for young children, but in some recent observations I conclude that learning foreign languages at a young age assists in retention of all learning.  This year, … Continue reading

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