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How Students Can use their Smartphones to improve their grades

Rick Clark ’17

iPhones and Androids are the mainstream smartphones on the market. Almost every Jesuit student has one of these, but very few use them to their full capabilities for their schoolwork. 196 more words

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iTunes U as a Resource for Parents

A free app that houses the world’s largest online catalog of free educational content. With over a million resource available in iTunes U, it has moved beyond just a resource for teachers, to now be able to serve the needs of all.   296 more words

Meditation & Forgiveness

Practising forgiveness in my meditation today brought a sense of relief, calmness and peace. I directed it towards a person who needed my forgiving, who I was upset with, who had hurt me in some way. 109 more words

Anxiety

Technology in the LOTE Classroom

Guest Blog by Jonathan Tamayo

 Change makes most people uncomfortable, and when MISD announced their grand idea of scouting out the digital frontier of education, teachers were more than skeptical.    562 more words

Millfield Mobile Learning Conference 2015

Wed 4 Nov saw a host of visitors descend on Millfield for our first Mobile Learning Conference, run in conjunction with Stormfront, our Apple Education Partner. 987 more words

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Year 9 History Teacher?...relax, your planning for next year is done

Kinda’ an excuse to post something (which with my current project has been hard to do), and kinda’ trying to spread the word to History, and all, teachers out there, but as the school year comes to a close teachers are gearing into planning for next year mode. 146 more words

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Why Open Source? 6 Reasons + 1.

We are at a tipping point in education and it is exciting to be on the leading edge of great change! The change that is coming is in what materials we use to teach – how students access information.   1,038 more words