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Resources for Students With Down Syndrome

What is Down Syndrome? Down Syndrome is also known as Trisomy 21, which belongs to a chromosomal condition. It affects the way how a person develops in terms of mental skills and physical development. In addition to particular physical features as the flat facial profile, the students with Down syndrome…

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Helping Your Child With Homework

Foreword Families play a vital role in educating America's children. What families do is more important to student success than whether they are rich or poor, whether parents have finished high school or not, or whether children are in elementary, junior high, or high school. Yet, for all that common…

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Best Scholarships in the UK for Local and International Students

Why Do Scholarships Matter for British Students? One of the primary reasons why scholarships make a major difference in the UK is the cost of academic courses that usually do not come cheap even when compared to the rest of the world. If one adds the living costs and additional…

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All About Gamification Education

Gamification has huge potential in education. How can we use it to give students a truly meaningful experience? Learn all about gamification in education in our new infographic below.

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Use Tech to Get Organized: The 100 Best Tools, Websites, Apps and More

Tools and Apps To Get Organized

Different people will use these tools in different ways. Some people want lots of bells and whistles and will jump at a do-it-all application like Evernote. Others may just want a simple to-do list that they can manage on their phone. Still others are looking for ways to organize their…

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The Flipped Classroom Infographic

What’s a flipped classroom — and why now?

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75+ Tech Tools for Teachers and Students

This post is our Top series which explores the best startups, gadgets, apps, websites and services in a given category. Total items listed: 79. Time to compile: 8+ hours. So here’s what I’ve got for all you educators our there: some random and cool tools, tech tools for teachers and students,…

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George III, William I, James I and others

George III (1760-1820 AD) George III was born in 1738, the first son of Frederick, Prince of Wales, and Augusta. He married Charlotte of Mecklinburg-Strelitz in 1761, to whom he was devoted. The couple produced a prolific fifteen children: nine sons and six daughters. George was afflicted with porphyria, a…

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The State of Digital Education Infographic

The Internet has already disrupted many major industries. It’s poised to transform education, too. Why now? Share your thoughts in the comments below

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Ancient London history

Though there were prehistoric settlements throughout the vast area that we now call London, no evidence has yet been found for any such community at the northern end of London Bridge where the present city grew up. The origins of London lie in Roman times. When the Romans invaded Britain in AD43,…

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