Top 5 Ways Teachers Earn Additional Income

Teacher salaries can be a pretty hot topic. Whether you’re talking about private or public schools, there is often (heated) discussion surrounding the idea that many teachers are underpaid. Regardless of whether you agree with that statement or not, I think that most of us can agree on this: teaching is (most usually) not a part time job.

5 Big Question of Early Childhood Technology Use

Early Childhood Technology Today Survey Series was launched by to collect the information about how technology is used in early childhood classrooms. Recently, they have presented information about their initial survey results in the form of an infographic. Over 500 teachers and administrators took part in the initial survey and were asked 5 questions (Who? What?

The Evolution of Online Schooling

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What humble beginnings begot the massive explosion of online schooling? How did online schooling evolve into what it is today? Recently we wrote about the history of elearning on our blog (evidence suggests that early forms of elearning existed as far back as the 19th century!) and in this post we explore the evolution of

The 18 Biggest Education Myths

I saw this infographic awhile back and tagged it as something I found interesting and wanted to share with the Edudemic audience. I think that many of these so-called ‘education myths’ are important to address – many of them hit some pretty hot-button topics in education (like teacher salaries, public vs. private schools, and class size). I