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Cell Phones Classroom Teacher Strategies
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Student access to cell phone technology has forced teachers and administrators to take a stance on classroom and school cell phone policy debate, and the degree to which cell phones in the classroom are allowed varies wildly between schools and teachers. For instance, Lakeview High School in Battle Creek, Michigan

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advantages cell phones classroom
Classroom, eLearning

Cell phones have undoubtedly become an integral part of modern society, and increasingly common among K-12 children and adolescents. According to a recent study conducted by Pearson Education, 82% of high school students use mobile devices regularly. Of course, with the increasing popularity of cell phone among students comes the

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Top articles of 2015
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Happy New Year, SchoolMoney.org’s readers and followers! We covered a wide variety of exciting education-related topics in the year 2015 geared toward students, educators and anyone else who is committed to student success. To recap, here’s a snapshot look at our most popular articles from last year! Most Popular Posts

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Classroom, eLearning

Time management for college students is one of the most difficult aspects of success. With the increasing prevalence of eLearning courses and degree programs, including the free college tuition program for Starbucks employees through ASU’s online extension, more students are faced with the challenge of time management in a new

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Classroom, eLearning

It has been several years since the technological revolution turned towards improving the state of education. Many advancements have been made in improving access to higher education with initiatives such as Open Learning and an increase of technology in the classrooms. One of the more recent developments, Massive Open Online

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Classroom, eLearning

Learning a language can be invaluable in a number of ways, in terms of career as well as personal growth and development. But it only takes a basic search of language classes and programs, such as Rosetta Stone to realize that learning a language can carry a pretty hefty price

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Classroom, eLearningFinancial Aid, Tuition

Last summer Starbucks launched the Starbucks College Achievement Plan, a program that offers free college tuition for its employees. At first glance, it may seem too good to be true – working toward a college degree without the student loan debt many American college graduates take on. But how exactly does the

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Classroom, eLearningEducation, News

Each country has its own model for education. In the United States there are a few types of colleges: public, private and for-profit. Within those categories, there are different kinds of colleges such as two- or four- year universities or online schools. Private Many colleges or universities are privately owned. Some have

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Magnet schools came into being at the end of the 1960s and early in the 1970s as an alternative to busing children to school during the desegregation movement. The intent was to combine various cultural and ethnic groups from one area together in one school. This purpose has since changed.

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Classroom, eLearningFinancial Aid, Tuition

There is little doubt that attending private school is expensive. While in the past, it was prohibitively so, this is no longer the case. A private school education is no longer out of reach of those who want their children to attend what are considered some of the top-notch educational

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