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High School Students and Alumni Are Using Social Media to Expose Racism

High School Students and Alumni Are Using Social Media to Expose Racism

“I get a lot of DMs from people sending racist things their classmates have said online, things people have said in livestreams, on Snapchat stories,” she said. “If I have their Instagram or Snapchat, I’ll post that along with their racist behavior because I believe in having productive conversations. My aim is not to send …

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5 Things Students Can Do in Google Earth Without Google Accounts

5 Things Students Can Do in Google Earth Without Google Accounts

Google Earth has many handy little features that your students can use even if they don’t have Google accounts. Without a Google account your students can customize the appearance of Google Earth, measure distances and areas, change the units of measurement, and share locations and Street Views with you. Of course, they can also use …

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Why should you count on a summer/high-school for chemistry lessons?

Why should you count on a summer/high-school for chemistry lessons?

Simply put, chemistry is a science that describes matter and transformation! The subject deals with nanostructures, molecules as well as expanding solids, its reactions, properties, and applications. It is one of the empowering subjects which is essential for all the aspects of new-age science and technology. Chemistry today has become all the necessary in the …

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Preparing college students for the marketing profession takes commitment and planning

Recently, I on-boarded a martech intern. It’s exciting to offer college students an opportunity to explore their professional interests. The great thing about martech is how it touches many of the various disciplines and teams in the marketing department that can be highly beneficial for students looking for real-world experience – not to mention help …

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Enhancing Students' Higher Education Experience Using Social Listening

Enhancing Students’ Higher Education Experience Using Social Listening

Wednesday 6 November 2019, 7:00 am Editor’s Note: The world of higher education marketing has changed dramatically since I was applying to university in antediluvian times. Where once colleges marketed themselves mainly by mailing out thick brochures to prospective students who wrote to them for information, there are now sophisticated systems that tap into the …

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How to Use Loop to Gather Feedback from Students

Loop is a relatively new tool for gathering feedback from your students. You can use it to gather feedback in the forms of text responses, multiple choice questions, and emojis. Loop includes tools for replying to a student’s individual response to a group survey. In the following video I demonstrate how to use Loop to …

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Google’s new Assistant will not work for G-Suite users or many students without jumping through a few hoops first – Ausdroid

Google have made a big deal about their new Assistant coming to the Pixel 4 in Australia later this year via an OTA update but the problem is that many users will not be able to use it without performing some software installation acrobatics. Android Police have unearthed the new Google Assistant help document that …

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A Couple of Fun and Simple Map Games for Students of All Ages

Ian Fisher is a software engineer at Google. In addition to his work at Google he’s developed a couple of fun map games. The games are How Many European Cities Can You Name? and How Many US Cities Can You Name? Both of the games are played the same way. Simply open the game map …

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5 Technology Tools for Disabled Students

Students with disabilities are also deserving of equal opportunities to able-bodied students. This is why it is important to integrate innovative learning tools in the classroom. There are devices that assist with impairments such as dyslexia, Cerebral Palsy, hearing difficulties, etc. These tools are designed to make the learning experience more pleasant for students living …

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