New PreK-12 EdApp Review Service Focuses on Quality of Instruction!
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Webinars: Mobile Devices in the Classroom I and II - October 21 and November 4, 2014 - http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?u=de413d923a9702faf1c0b9d40&id=6c85ba1ae4&e=f183ad8909&utm_content=bufferac793&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer
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- RT @BalefireLabs: Avg US household spends more time on #mobile than #TV. How about you? buff.ly/1FldIBm #devices #flurry #edtech 13 hours ago
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- RT @MzGossipGirl: Not even in #Ferguson and I'm tense, nervous and anxious. I can't even imagine how the citizens there feel. 1 day ago
- RT @Sofooo: Benjamin Franklin said it best: "Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are." #… 1 day ago
Tag Archives: Special education
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