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Vocabulary Spelling City

Occasionally we like to post articles about other companies who are doing valuable educational work: VocabularySpellingCity is an educational website where teachers can register for free, then enter and save word lists that their students can then use to play a … Continue reading

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A Review of 19Pencils by the Cyber Hero (David Kapuler)

19 Pencils is a site that I briefly reviewed a few months back and listed as one of my Top 100 Sites of 2011.  Through some collaboration I’ve decided to revisit this site and check out all the “bells and whistles” … Continue reading

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Top 100 Sites of 2011

We’re number 61! Not bad for a website that launched just a few months ago. Here’s the complete list (from David Kapuler’s “Technology Tidbits: Thoughts of a Cyber Hero” blog): Top 100 Sites of 2011 Conduit Mobile – W/out a doubt the coolest … Continue reading

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The Nerdy Teacher Reviews 19Pencils

19 Pencils – A Review #EdChat #ElemChat I first heard of 19 Pencils from Kelly Tenkely’s amazing site iLearnTechnology.com. It intrigued me and I signed up to see everything it had to offer and was impressed. That was months ago and I got … Continue reading

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The 19Pencils Spruce Up Your Class Contest

Teachers, we know some of you… ok many of you… would love to spruce up your classroom. Maybe there are some much needed supplies or class decor you’d like to get? Well, we’d love to help! Check out 19Pencils and … Continue reading

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19Pencils Introduces the Easiest Way to Share Web-Based Educational Content in the Classroom

With 19Pencils, teachers explore, discover, save, and share educational content, making it available to students in an easy to navigate environment. SAN MATEO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–19Pencils announces the launch of 19Pencils.com, an online resource for K-8 teachers to help their students … Continue reading

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“Curiosity is a fragile thing.”

Fascinating results of an experiment from a recent study, “The Double-Edged Sword of Pedagogy,” led by Laura Schulz, an MIT psychologist. This research consisted of giving 4-year-olds a new toy outfitted with four tubes. What made the toy interesting is that each … Continue reading

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