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    The Juilliard School and Connections Education Celebrate Debut of Juilliard eLearning | Pearson News

    Leaders in Performing Arts and Online Learning Now Deliver Arts Education Courses to K-12 Students and Educators Everywhere — Juilliard’s First Online Courses New York, NY March 18, 2013 Educators from The Juilliard School (http://www.juilliard.edu), the nation’s pre-eminent school for performing arts education, and Connections Education (http://www.ConnectionsEducation.com), a leading provider of online learning solutions, today celebrated the first student enrollments […]
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    Effective Use of Data Goes Beyond the Digitally Generated Kind | Pearson Blog

    Q. Please tell us about your General Biology course and students?  Sandra: My General Biology course is designed for non-majors, which means any student at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) who has not declared Biology as a major. The class is open to all types of students, and I believe is a strong reflection of what we are seeing across […]
  • What do college students think about mobile learning? | Pearson Blog

    The fourth annual Harris Poll study showed that 81 percent of today’s U.S. college students believe that tablets will...
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    "If you get it, share it!" A Social Media for Teaching & Learning Case Study | Pearson Blog

    This case study is the first in a series that examines the use of social media for teaching and learning. Kevin Trowbridge is an Assistant Professor of Public Relations at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. He holds a Ph.D. in Communications. Trowbridge joined the Belmont faculty in Fall 2011, coming to Middle Tennessee from Lee University where he taught public […]
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    Adult Learning in the Mathematics Classroom: Pursuing Discovery Learning | Pearson Blog

    By Louis Freese, Professor of Mathematics, DeVry University Abstract I present a method of learning for the mathematics classroom grounded in adult learning theory but it can be used and adapted for secondary classrooms as well.  In this method students are asked to use discovery and experiential techniques to explore and learn mathematical material rather than simply download it from […]
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    K-12 Students Want to Use Mobile Devices More in the Classroom but Wifi Access Remains a Challenge | Pearson Blog

    Mobile device learning and its adoption in the classroom continues to grow, according to this year’s findings from a survey by Harris Poll conducted on behalf of Pearson. Smartphone ownership among students in grades 4-12 has risen since last year, and increases with grade level: eight in ten students now own a smartphone. As students grow older, they are more […]
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    A Brave New World | Pearson Blog

    Instructor Profile After receiving her Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Oklahoma, Monica Flippin-Wynn worked as a television assignment editor, a producer, and in television and radio public relations. Flippin-Wynn’s primary research areas are race and ethnicity, social media and technology, engagement and assessment, and gender. For the last five years, she has served as assistant professor and media […]
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    Part 1: How the Use of Social Media has Motivated Students to Succeed | Pearson Blog

    Instructor Bio Margot Underwood has been an associate professor at Joliet Junior College (JJC) in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department for six years. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Illinois, Circle and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Roosevelt University. Recently, Dr. Underwood received the JJC Faculty Prestige Award, which recognizes the outstanding […]
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