|Round 'em up!|
Every week the EducationWorld team takes a look back at some of the new stories we've posted and picks out the five best. Here you'll find a weekly roundup of our top features.
Best Instructional Videos: World War II
The most widespread war in history, as well as the deadliest, World War II (1939-1945) forever changed America and its people. EducationWorld has scoured the Internet to bring you the most insightful and comprehensive educational videos about the conflict and its lasting impact. For each video, we include a description and grade level. We also note the video's capacity for engagement (“cool factor”).
How To: Expand Storage on iOS Products
iOS devices are popular in the K-12 education market; some districts have equipped entire schools with hardware such as iPads. A drawback to iOS devices is, however, their fixed storage capacity. Once a 16-gig iPad or iPhone is full, there is no expanding on that capacity because the device does not possess any ports to accommodate a flash drive or SD card.
Podcasts for Every Subject: Science
Education World is pleased to present a special series of podcast roundups that cover every area of an academic subject. In this selection of best science podcasts for all grade levels, you’ll find some of the best video and audio that the Internet has to offer K-12 science educators. While some podcasts are popular and air nationally and internationally off of the Web, others are hidden gems we've uncovered.
Ask Dr. Lynch: Does Classroom Technology Make a Difference?
EducationWorld Q&A columnist Dr. Matthew Lynch is an associate professor of education at Langston University. Dr. Lynch provides expert advice on everything from classroom management to differentiated instruction. Read all of his columns here, and be sure to submit your own question.
Winter Holidays Around the World
Students research lesser-known winter holidays with this worksheet.
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