Monthly Archives: December 2012

Cool Tool | Desmos Online Graphing Calculator

Math is different from when I was a kid. These days, it’s a lot more fun! The Desmos online graphing calculator is a free, browser-based tool that allows users to create, share, and explore math. The calculator enables students to easily … Continue reading

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Interview | Laura Pappano, Sense-Making and the Year of Disruption

She recently wrote the article, “The Year of the MOOC,” which was featured on the cover of the New York Times Education Life section. Laura Pappano is the author of Inside School Turnarounds (2010), co-author of Playing With the Boys … Continue reading

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MOOCs: Making the Most of What You Learn

GUEST COLUMN | by Mika Hoffman Among the newest trends — some might say the hottest — in higher education is the emergence of Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Though the content in these courses is provided by some of the … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | modern guild

As a manager in the Strategy & Operations practice at Deloitte Consulting who also led recruiting activities, Adrien Fraise was amazed by how many students – even MBA candidates – were unprepared for career planning and misinformed about their job … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Professors and Social Media

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