Monthly Archives: July 2013

Module Update: Co-Op Writing and Grammar Strategies

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That’s right! Another update!

The Academic-Zone team just finalized updates to the Co-Op Writing and Grammar Strategies module. Members of our team met with Brock’s Co-Op Program Office to discuss possible updates to the Co-Op module, and there is a good chance there will be even more updates to this module down the road. For this update we focused on the content. We have incorporated more information on effective resume writing and cover letter writing strategies. We have also added full examples, in the form of PDFs, directly in the module for students to use as a reference.

We will be releasing more information on new products and other module updates later this month!

Computers Will Replace Teachers, and Here’s How…

What do you think? Do you think computers will replace teachers?!

My answer: Although I do not know if teachers will ever be obsolete I do think that technology, innovation, and computers all act as important tools that can enhance and improve learning. I think it is important to look at the benefits of technology instead of always thinking of technology as a negative part of the classroom environment.

For more reading on this topic check out the original article.

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Education Stormfront

 

I imagine this will be a fairly provocative article. 🙂


I have written many times in the past about how computers might replace teachers in the classroom. I got some very interesting responses so I spent more time thinking about it. This week two articles I found online made the pieces fit. Let me see if I can lay out my thinking and then you all can tell me if I’m crazy.

It’s bit of a ride so I’ll provide you with off ramps as we go…

Computers are getting faster every year based on something called Moore’s Law. This is an observation that for the same money, you can buy a computer with about twice the computing power every 12-18 months (it used to be 24 months). The side effect of this is that a given level of performance gets cheaper each year. If you think this…

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Essential English Grammar Updated

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The Essential English Grammar add-on module has been updated! We have updated many of the exercises and activities, and included some new ones too; not to mention this module sports the new Academic-Zone blue theme!

This module is the perfect way to develop fundamental grammar skills. Although this module is great for all students, it was specifically designed with the ESL/International student audience in mind! The module is loaded with ways for students to put what they have learned into practice.

Interested in exploring more? Let us know! Leave a comment or send us an email.