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Entrepreneurship in Education: Models That Inspire Innovation

April 30, 2024

Via: Caitlin Simmons

With how quickly the world is changing and moving into a direction where tech and AI reign supreme, education is one of the areas that will need to adapt the most. It’s not enough anymore to teach kids standard subjects […]


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Addressing Student Mental Health in Our Education System

March 22, 2024

Via: Caitlin Simmons

Mental health issues among students have been climbing, and it’s about time we all took a closer look at what’s happening. It matters because your mental health is just as important as your physical well-being, and for students in particular, […]


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Gamified Learning: Strategy for Success

February 27, 2024

Via: Mary Gamet

Remote desktop sharing, sticky notes, Chegg (an instant study help website), and even flying drones have all become part of student cheating hacks. A study by Thomas Lancaster from Imperial College London found a 196% increase in cheating using Chegg […]


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Rekindling Classroom Learning Through the Power of Play

January 31, 2024

Via: Caitlin Simmons

You may think that game-based learning involves kids sitting in a classroom playing video games the whole day. But, in fact, nothing could be further from the truth. This concept, which has gained quite some momentum over time, is an […]


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The Benefits of STEM Education for Tomorrow’s Leaders

December 27, 2023

Via: Caitlin Simmons

Imagine a classroom filled with eager students, their eyes alight with curiosity as they embark on a journey of discovery. In this classroom, equations are puzzles to be solved, circuits are pathways to innovation, and microscopes reveal hidden worlds waiting […]


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Combating Misinformation through Critical Thinking and Digital Literacy Skills

November 8, 2023

Via: Camila Mendes

Classrooms and curricula are constantly evolving to match the emergent needs of learners and reflect the times we live in. Coding used to be the domain of IT specialists, and now the basics are taught alongside reading and writing skills; […]


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How Neuroeducation will Impact Learning and Teaching in the 21st Century Classroom

October 16, 2023

Via: Camila Mendes

“Education then, beyond all other devices of human origin, is the great equalizer of the conditions of men, the balance-wheel of the social machinery.” Horace Mann eloquently sums up the opportunity education offers to society; inclusivity, equality, and a level-playing […]


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How Technology Is Transforming Higher Education

September 29, 2023

Via: Eileen Hill

In recent years, technology has ushered in a profound transformation for higher education institutions, reshaping the way students learn. This digital revolution has brought about substantial changes that makes education more accessible, interactive, and flexible than ever before. In this […]


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Navigating the Learning Journey: An Overview of Interim Assessments

August 29, 2023

Via: Isaac Carew

Education organizations, teachers, and policymakers continuously explore new approaches to enhance learning outcomes. One such method gaining popularity this year is the implementation of interim assessments. These periodic evaluations aim to determine student progress, identify learning gaps and needs, and […]


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US Students Now Believe the American Education System Could Be Improved

July 31, 2023

Via: Natalie Dunn

The digital world we live in undoubtedly demands constant adaptation, and industries that find themselves unable to adjust inevitably fall behind. This has made many people wonder if the American education system has failed to keep pace with these changing […]


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The Role of ChatGPT in Education: Use Cases, Benefits, and Hurdles

June 28, 2023

Via: Natalie Dunn

In recent years, the advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) has brought about transformative changes in various fields, including education. One such advancement is ChatGPT, an AI chatbot that garnered 1 million users within just five days of its launch in […]


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Housing Could Become a Crucial Issue for Teachers in 2023

May 21, 2023

Via: Natalie Dunn

There is no question that inflation and other current economic issues are now impacting most Americans, and teachers are no exception. In fact, the current financial difficulties teachers face may be contributing to the teacher shortages in the US. Additionally, […]


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Mental Health in Students’: How This Impacts Academic Performance and Learner Behavior, and What Measures The Government Is Taking

April 28, 2023

Via: Natalie Dunn

Mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia, can negatively impact everyday life, including one’s ability to work, study, socialize, and take adequate care of themselves. With 13% of people with mental health disorders between the ages […]


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Virtual Reality (VR) in Education: Market Size, Applications, Advantages, and Disadvantages

March 29, 2023

Via: Lilian Cooper

Virtual reality (VR) in education can improve online learning and general education solutions, providing students with immersive, hands-on training. In addition, VR technologies offer accessibility for children with learning disabilities and optimizes learner engagement in extracurricular activities.  Furthermore, schools can […]


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A Comprehensive Guide to Special Education in the US

March 8, 2023

Via: Isabella Carter

Special education enables students with disabilities to access the resources they need to succeed in school and their future careers. Individualized programs help children and youth with disabilities to reach their full potential without excluding them from traditional schooling (unless […]


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5 Key Education Trends to Watch in 2023

February 23, 2023

Via: Natalie Dunn

There is no question that investing in education is strategic for any country, including the US. Education is vital for a country’s economic growth and helps individuals develop their potential, make informed choices, and fully participate in society. Several reports […]


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Using New Apps to Support Traditional Learning

January 30, 2023

Via: Natalie Dunn

Students and teachers in the US and abroad found themselves forced to juggle traditional and online courses during the COVID-19 pandemic. While these changes created unprecedented difficulties for the American education system, they also provided opportunities for individuals to use […]


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The Rollercoaster of Student Debt Loans Reaches New Heights 

December 29, 2022

Via: Isabella Carter

The burden of student debt is no longer a new topic of discussion among American students, graduates, and government officials. However, it gained even more attention in 2022, when President Joe Biden announced his intention to forgive federal student loans. […]


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5 New Ways of Improving Education

December 19, 2022

Via: Natalie Dunn

The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly affected the lives of millions of students and teachers around the world, disrupting their educational activities on an incredible scale. Children, teens, teachers, faculty members, and staff were not only forced to switch back and […]


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5 Major Issues Now Impacting the US Education System

November 7, 2022

Via: Natalie Dunn

American teachers and students across the country have faced numerous problems during the last couple of years. From the COVID-19 pandemic, which has undoubtedly impacted schools everywhere, to the recent teacher shortage, new issues have emerged, forcing policymakers and school […]