M.Jeyachandran

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Top 10 Brain Games - Train your Brain with best Brain Training Apps 2016

Our brains are getting older as we are ageing. With age comes wisdom and experiences which you can further disseminate, so for this you need <b>Brain</b> …

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5 Tools to Help Students Learn How to Learn

A good example is a long term research project. There are several common stages in longer projects and researchers have studied how students feel, …

Can Learning Really Be Fun and Games?

If parents are wondering what their kids do with the Nintendo DS in the classroom, Pai's students will tell them about Brain Age 2, the word scramble …

The Power of Movement in Teaching and Learning

First Person<p>By Susan Griss<p>I specialize in kinesthetic teaching, the use of creative movement in the classroom to teach across the curriculum. My …

Three Public Schools, 30 Miles Apart: A Study in Contrast

As an education reporter, I have seen the entire gamut of schools -- but never in a single day. The way my schedule came together yesterday, I ended …

My Technology Philosophy: LMS vs. Tool Belt

I had the pleasure of delivering the Kick Off Keynote at the CUE Conference last week where I shared my technology philosophy.<p><b>Learning Management</b> …

It's Here: A Science Book That's Always Up-to-Date

As a digital product, <i>Principles of Biology</i> will be accessible to students and instructors via the Web -- both on desktops and on mobile devices. …

Rethinking What's Taught in the Classroom

Ortega and Burns say it boils down to this: Nightingale will keep its core academic subjects – reading, math, science, history. But instead of …