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how well they interact with their peers.
Four of ten LGBT youths say the community in which they live is not accepting of LGBT people, which makes it absolutely imperative that educators respect students’ right to privacy.
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Today’s students have a variety of choices when it comes to higher education. They can enroll in traditional “brick-and-mortar” colleges or in online colleges, or even complete their degrees through a combination of both modes, in what are called “hybrid” programs.
Both online and traditional higher education has pros and cons. In the end, it is up to each individual to figure out how much time he or she will have to devote to earning a degree, what type of degree program he or she is interested in, and how much he or she can spend on education.
- How easy is this app to use for less tech-savvy students and teachers?
- Is the app free? This is crucial for multi-device or BYOD classrooms.
- What are other educators saying about this app?
- How are an array of classrooms using this app?
- How often should the app be used?
- Can the app be used out of the classroom? Is it designed to be easy enough to use when teachers or classroom leaders aren’t there to help?
n an attempt to uncover what works, I combed through a few hundred apps and analyzed them by asking the following questions:
Wikis - 4 views
a tool which allows a group of users to edit a set of Web documents from a browser without needing to use a separate HTML editor.
Allow multiple authors to work on the same Web document
Create Your Own Wiki
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Create public course pages or personal homepages
use a wiki for a class project