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This month, we're all about Arts in Math! As a language, how mathematics be shown in a way that allow learners to express themselves and communicate? Maybe these activities will help!
Welcome to Cybersecs Pulse: Cybersecurity, privacy, digital rights and more. Whose school fell in the ransomware trap this week? Find out here! Headlines 5 Ways Schools Fails Students' Privacy85 Virtual Universities Closed For FraudVirtual Security And Surveillance Of StudentsTurn your browser...
On August 7, Beijing morning, VIPKid briefed its native English teaching community. Chinese students would be able to schedule any session already paid for. Teachers incomes will not dry up right away as long-term prepayment is fairly common. But...
By Henry Kronk, eLearningInside News. This article was originally published at news.elearninginside.com Updated on August 17, 2021. What’s in a unicorn? When Cowboy Ventures founder Aileen Lee coined the term in 2013, the world had only 39 startups valued at $1...
Click here to jump straight to the Open Source Video alternatives. Updated on August 12 with the news of the out-of-court settlement of a class action lawsuit filed in California. What's the price on your privacy? According to a U.S....
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Welcome to China Hub — News about the largest EdTech Economy on earth, as it swallows the rest of the world. VIPKid, TAL Education, Yuanfundao and the other unicorns to come.
A technology is not disruptive because it makes a company a little more profitable than the others. Technologists, especially those related to learning and skills, should conceive disruption to its most existential ramifications: A phenomenon that opens new ways...
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As peculiar as the current crisis is, roads to recovery follow a historical beat. Universities and other society's thought centers move first. First, they gather data and share results and insight. So far so good: Johns Hopkins features the...