The 4 Benefits Of An Online Music Education For Kids

It is so important that kids receive a quality music education. Music teachers do a phenomenal job teaching privately, in the schools, and even online. An online education is a unique and different way of learning and I want to share with you the 4 benefits of an online music education for kids.

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3 Top Online Dictionaries For K12 Pupils

Dictionaries have undergone a significant modification and growth with the emerge of the technologies and the new media utilisation. How were they used in the past and how do we use them today with k-12 pupils? Read further and let us know your comments.

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Transforming The Teacher: From Speaker To Digital Guide

Much has been said about transforming the teacher: From a conceptual point of view, teachers stop being the ones giving knowledge in a masterful lecture in the classroom, and they become the guides to their students in an active learning process.

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Gaido, A Learning Platform For People With Autism

Gaido was one of 72 projects chosen from about 800 applicants to participate in Zinc Shower 2016, an annual event held at the College of Architects of Madrid (COAM), where lectures, workshops, networking, and creative entrepreneurship shows were held by great professionals.

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4 Benefits Of Learning Programming At A Young Age

Computer coding is the universal language of the planet. People who know how to code will be able to communicate across countries and cultures, be innovative, and solve problems more efficiently, with no barriers to impede their success. Learning programming at a young age helps your children solve everyday problems and get set up for a lifetime of opportunities.

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K12 Computer Science: Coding Starts From Your Imagination

School-based computer science is often non-existent or fails to engage students. However, people who earn a living in computer science argue that imagination and creativity ignited their interest in coding. This article highlights ways to engage students and foster creativity in the K12 Computer Science (CS) classroom.

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