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A new spin on rubrics – Try using single point rubrics to help students focus on what they can improve, and what they’re great at, rather than defining a perfect A project/paper.
Microsoft Excel is a powerful tool for organizing your work life. But how much do you know about its secrets? Try these tricks from LifeHack to make your spreadsheeting days easier and more efficient!
Full article: 20 Tricks That Can Make Anyone an Excel Expert
Challenge student thinking and fight ignorance by fostering critical thinking skills and information literacy in your classroom!
Full article: Teach Students to Fight Fake News
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The magazines can be viewed in any Web browser on iPad, Android tablet, any Smartphone or computer. Simply click on a cover above. For a full list, click on the “Flipster” Logo. Click here for a desktop Video tutorial.
Or use the App. Available for iPad/iPhone or Android. Instructions for the app.
This infographic reference can help remind you to use more student-centered instructional strategies in your curriculum. Click here for the complete graphic.
Maintained by the University of Nottingham (UK) comes this collection of videos for each element of the periodic table. Be sure to check out the university’s YouTube channel for more great content.