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Educational Resources
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Joseph Bishay
2015-08-29 01:54:59 UTC
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Good day everyone,

I hope you are all doing very well today.

Next week I'll be doing an orientation for the teachers in our school and
I'd like to wow them. Every year a couple of teachers will comment that
'such-and-such' a piece of software is ideally what they need, but it is
Windows-only and won't run on our system; why do we need to use this, etc,
etc.

Could you share names of K-8 or K-12 educational pieces of software and
websites that you and your teachers use? I'll try to put them together into
one list that could be used as a reference.

Thanks!
Joseph
Sudev Barar
2015-08-29 03:38:58 UTC
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Approach the problem from other side. List what they need and then ask for
alternates and strength of alienates.

Say photoshop vis gimp...

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Sudev
Paul Nelson
2015-08-30 05:35:06 UTC
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https://www.polleverywhere.com/ >> active >> authentic and instant.

;-)
Post by Sudev Barar
Approach the problem from other side. List what they need and then ask for
alternates and strength of alienates.
Say photoshop vis gimp...
--
Sudev
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