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The best tools for early elementary school students If you are teaching with one, a few, or a class set of iPads, finding the right apps and project ideas for your students can be a challenging task. We’ve organized some of the best resources from Edutopia and beyond to help you figure out what tools are best for your early elementary school students. Explore different ways to integrate technology into your instruction! Favorite Apps 7 Apps for Helping Others (Edutopia, 2015) Children can practice empathy through apps that encourage collaboration, whether it’s drawing pictures together, cooking for each other, or creating lessons to share their knowledge. Best Practices Common Core in Action: Manipulating Shapes in the Elementary Math Classroom (Edutopia, 2014) In this post you’ll learn how to develop a tech-friendly task that addresses the Common Core State Standards. Engaging Activities Have you used iPads with students in grades K-2?

Backbone.js Tips And Patterns مرحبا بك في مساند | مساند HTTP Caching using JAX-RS | anirudh bhatnagar In the last blog we discussed different types of caches and their use cases. In this post we will explore how we can leverage caching using HTTP response headers and the support provided by JAX-RS.Expires Header In HTTP 1.0, a simple response header called Expires would tell the browser how long it can cache an object or page. It would be a date in future after which the cache would not be valid. So, if we made an API call to retrieve data : The response header would be: This means the XML data is valid until 25th Aug 2013, 16:00 hours GMT. JAX-RS supports this header in object. But to support CDNs, proxy caches and revalidations there was a need for more enhanced headers with richer set of features, having more explicit controls. Cache-Control Cache-Control has a variable set of comma-delimited directives that define who,how and for how long it can be cached. JAX-RS provides class to represent this header. Like this: Like Loading...

إنهاء البحث العلمي في فترة وجيزة لم ضاق عليه الوقت بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم إنهاء البحث العلمي في فترة وجيزة لم ضاق عليه الوقت يعاني بعض الطلاب من ضيق الوقت عليهم في مدتهم المتبقية ، وهذه بعض النصائح لإنهاء الرسالة في وقت وجيز ، ومنها : 1. الانقطاع التام للبحث ، وقد تحتاج لهذا لأخذ إجازة بدون مرتب ، وكل عمل لديك وكل عليه غيرك ولو بمقابل لأجل التفرغ، والمرأة قد تضطر لاستئجار خادمة مؤقتة في هذه المدة. 2. وضع خطة تنفيذية للبحث واستفد في هذا من دورة : إعداد الخطة التنفيذية للبحث وفيها مادة علمية في موقعي وفيها نموذج عملي طبقه بعض الشباب من خلال الدورة منشور كذلك في موقعي هنا : - - 1. استثمار التقنية باحتراف في توفير الوقت مثل احتراف استخدام محركات البحث والبرامج المهمة المتخصصة وبرامج تنسيق النصوص . 2.

Top Thesis & Dissertation References on the Web: A Master’s Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation is the capstone of many graduate programs. It requires a monumental amount of effort to put together the original research, citations, and sheer writing time to finish. Many students cruise through their master’s and PhD coursework without breaking a sweat, only to be stonewalled when it comes time to write a long, in-depth dissertation that contributes original material to the student’s chosen field. It is impossible to do original research in any field without reading the work that has come before. Writing and research styles can be completely different from one discipline to the next. VitaeVitae is an organization based in the United Kingdom focused on professional and career development of doctoral researchers and the staffs of higher education institutions.Compelling Feature: How is Vitae Structured? The dissertation or thesis is a different type of project than most people have ever done before they reach grad school.

موقع وطريقة لفتح اي موقع وسيرفر في الانترنت الخفي من الانترنت العادي□ ملاحظة: لاتوجد خصوصية #EWopinion: The humanities keep us human. ᔥ@EdweekComm Commentary By Fred Zilian President Barack Obama's announcement in November of $28 million in new funding to better prepare STEM teachers is great news. In a speech before a special joint session of Congress on May 25, 1961, President Kennedy said: "I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth. At the time, the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union was in full swing. —iStockphoto Though the acronym for science, technology, engineering, and math, or STEM, did not exist at the time, I was STEM through and through: Sputnik, missiles, spaceships, those great futuristic fins on the '57 Chevy and the '59 Cadillac, and all those great, corny "B" science fiction movies. Back to today: President Obama's Educate to Innovate program is now 5 years old. However, caution is needed here—a caution against imbalance. "Caution is needed here. ... We need history.

Microsoft Windows Update “@Acad_Hash: #إلى_طالب_الدراسات_العليا: "الجارديان" تنشر: ١٠ طرق للاستفادة من وقتك كطالب دكتوراه. عبر@PhDStudents” As numerous articles on this network have stated, it can be tough doing a PhD: you might not have the best relationship with your supervisor, you might be poor, you might be overworked. We all know that it’s getting increasingly tough to get a lecturing job or a postdoctoral position. Here are some tips to make the most of your time as a postgraduate. Being smart about how you approach things is key, especially if you aren’t sure whether you want to stay in academia. 1. I hate the word (Caroline Magennis has written a great piece on this – she’s also on Twitter), but it is important and, if you love your research, it can be fun. Get on Twitter. Obviously the top tweeters will depend on your field, but good places to start are @jobsacuk, @thesiswhisperer, @WetheHumanities, @ANU_RSAT, @ThomsonPat, #ECRchat and #PhDchat on Twitter. 2. Now this one is obvious, but it pays to be strategic. Don’t be afraid to put together a panel. 3. Try and get some teaching in your department. 4. 5. 6. 7.