“If you want to have clean water, send it through a filter,” a sales executive said recently. He was discussing the new deal desk function at his company, which consolidates and organizes information for non-standard deals, and makes decisions to
If there’s one thing we here at Edudemic know is true, it’s that teachers are heroes. Sure, you might not wear a cape, and you’d be banned from campus if you gave your students flying lessons. But you do heroic
If you’re a high school senior, or the parent of one, January is when you should start thinking about filling out your first Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. Having an idea of what to expect in a financial
If flipped learning is a trend, it’s one with a considerable amount of staying power – and one that has the potential to fundamentally change how we learn and teach. So…not so much a trend so much as it is
If you’ve received a medical school acceptance letter, congratulations! But what if the letter is from one of your lowest-ranked safety schools? As a result, you are torn between accepting the offer and reapplying to medical school next year. But before
If we know one thing about teachers, it’s this: you guys sure are a creative lot. Whether you’re outfitting your walls with colorful decorations, gamifying your classroom, directing a class movie with special effects, or differentiating your teaching approaches, teaching
If you’re like most people, you think of drones in a military or even in a police context. It’s no wonder why, really, when they most often appear in news reports on the heels of a drone strike we’ve carried
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