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Ultimate Style Guide Resources for MLA, APA, Chicago, and CSE

In today's academic and professional world, standardized formatting is usually required. Starting as early as high school, students are asked to write papers in MLA, APA, Chicago, and CSE. This is both to avoid plagiarism and establish a standard and easy-to-follow format for teachers

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Multilingualism Resource

With globalism on the rise, it is now more important than ever to be able to communicate in different languages. Some of us were exposed to a variety of languages at a young age and learn them with ease, while others might need more intensive study and practice to build confidence.

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Multiple Intelligence Theory

Researchers have long been puzzled as to why human beings exhibit different aptitudes and why teaching techniques do not produce the same results in any given group of students. Seeking to explain this reality,

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Toe-Tapping Music Resources for K-12 Teachers

Musical expression's be it singing, tapping, or playing an instrument's is an innate ability within all of us that conveys joy and brings connections to each other. But if you're a teacher in secondary education,

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50 Fantastic Resources for New Teachers

The prospect of stepping into a classroom for the first time to teach elementary, middle school or high school students can range from daunting to completely terrifying. For the new teacher, nothing is more important than being prepared, with strong curriculum as well as reliable strategies for overcoming problems in the classroom.

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The Ultimate Non-Profit Job Guide: 97 Job Boards that Cover It All

Non-profits are an increasingly popular choice among recent graduates trying to put their education to good work. We want to make finding that dream job as easy as possible. Here are the top 97 job boards for non-profit positions.

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The Online Homework Helper

Homework is the opportunity for children to practice the skills that they are learning at school at home. It gives parents the opportunity to assess how their child is doing in school and to give extra help when needed. Homework also provides students additional time to fully research and grasp important concepts.

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Ultimate Plagiarism Resource: Detecting Plagiarism & Preventing It

Plagiarism is one of academia's most common problems and a constant concern for teachers. While the Web may have made plagiarism as easy as a few simple clicks, it's also made detecting plagiarism just as easy. If a student can find the essay in seconds, so can you's if you know where to look.

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Valuable Online Resources for Students of Philosophy

Need help researching? Stuck on a difficult text? Studying for an exam? This list of academic tips, online dictionaries, encyclopedias, timelines, forums, and resource centers will help you find what you are looking for. Also included are links to primary and secondary texts on Western and Eastern Philosophies. So get thinking!

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Physics Resources for Students

Behind practically every natural phenomenon and modern technology, you will find an explanation relating to physics. Whether you are a physics student or just fascinated by this field of science, you will

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All About Pi: Everything You Need to Know & Then Some

The concept of pi is deceivingly simple. Pi is the ratio between a circle's circumference and its diameter, and it always works out to 3.14's But it's those three "dot-dot-dots" that make pi so fascinating

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Complete Guide to Project-Based Learning

Modern science continues to develop in such a way that the older generation is constantly trying to catch up with the younger generation's adaptation to new developments and technologies. It is only logical that we should utilize our students' familiarity with technology from a young age to maximize their engagement and learning by integrating it into our curriculum.

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Rhetoric and Composition Resources

Rhetoric, composition, and public speaking are not subjects that the average student enounters, but historically they were part of the building blocks of education. Two hundred years ago, these subjects were being taught to grade-school students

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Your Comprehensive Guide to Everything Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is perhaps the most celebrated playwright in history. Most of his work was written between 1589 and 1613 and is composed of 38 plays and 154 sonnets. His writing is known for being composed in the poetic form of blank verse, in an iambic pentameter style (most of the time his lines are unrhymed, with every other syllable emphasized).

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SMART Board Resources

SMART boards are a type of interactive whiteboard. They are great for making classrooms more interactive. SMART boards combine a white board and either an LCD or front projector, with interactive software and devices like's ňúSlate's or specialized remotes.

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Special Education Teacher Resource List

According to the National Education Association, the number of school age children with diagnosed disabilities has risen approximately 30 percent over the last 10 years, with 3 of 4 special needs students spending at

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An In-Depth List of Online Study Help Resources

Need help getting the grades you want on tests and quizzes? We've scoured the web and compiled the most comprehensive list of online resources on study help available on the Web. These guides, all published from reputable sources, will help you achieve

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Ultimate Guide to Religion and Theology

Theology is an extremely versatile degree that can be used in a variety of settings. Pursuing a degree in religious studies or theology is an excellent place to start if you are interested in working for a religious institution

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Top 200 Education Blogs

All those interested in education's have got you covered. From humor blogs on college life to one stop shops for school athletics to blogs all about education policy and new technologies, if there's a good education blog out there, you can bet it made our list.

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How to Rock Your Intellectual Game: The Top 111 Learning Strategies

Let's face it's sometimes real life is just too much. We've all been there, staring at the face of our boss or professor, knowing words are coming from his mouth, but hearing nothing,

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