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3 Awesome Ways to Use Graphs in Your Class

September 27th, 2017
Mike Gecawich

You know the saying, a picture is worth a thousand words? Well, when it comes to analyzing data, this couldn’t be truer. Graphs are the “pictures” that we use to display data, and they are everywhere. Whether you’re reading the Sunday paper, checking out the stock market, or checking out an infographic on the presidential election, there are countless ways...

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Selling 1 million lollipops or creating an app with 1 million downloads is a pretty impressive feat for any entrepreneur. It's even more impressive when you find out that both of these things have been done by entrepreneurs are under the age of 15! These business savvy kids are proving to the world that there is no age limit or degree...

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Imagine having one application that could help your students manage their schedules, budgets, commitments, and personal goals. It would almost be like having a personal secretary at their fingertips. Well, with just a bit of practice, spreadsheets can do all this and more! Spreadsheets can be frustrating and intimidating to students if they don’t know how to use them well....

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What is the most dreaded question you can hear from your students? Why do we have to learn this? Sometimes teaching students skills and content can seem like an uphill battle. Especially if students don’t see the value in what they’re learning. This year, we propose nipping the question in the bud by showing your students the importance of business...

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Technology has changed just about every aspect of our lives. We participate in video conferences, do our shopping online, and even hail taxis with our phones. It’s no surprise then, that technology has also changed the way we apply for jobs. Long gone are the days of scanning the classifieds page of the newspaper for help wanted ads. Instead, today’s...

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Theodore Roosevelt said that “the best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it.” By these standards, being a manager isn’t really a very glamorous job at all. Boring as it may seem, the ability to find, motivate,...

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"Academic qualifications are important and so is financial education. They're both important and schools are forgetting one of them." Robert Kiyosaki, the author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, is one of many experts who adamantly believes that schools should focus more on teaching financial literacy to students. The Great Recession is one of many events indicating that Americans of all...

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If you’ve ever watched students write a document on Microsoft Word for the first time, it’s pretty humorous. You are bound to see students writing in a rainbow of colors and fonts, with unconventional margins and absolutely no sense appropriate spacing. And once they’ve finished their jumbled and imperfect document, they don’t have the slightest clue how to save it....

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Data Management It may not sound too hot, but for anyone in Silicon Valley "Big data" is the it phrase right now. That's because databases are at the core of all websites (especially blogs and e-commerce) and computer programming in general. “Big data” is a term to refer to large and complex data sets that data scientists analyze to reveal...

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Many of the most in-demand and high paying careers these days require some degree of computer programming. Whether as an app designer, a drone programmer, or a data scientist, knowing how to code will make students competitive candidates for the job market of the future. But beyond the concrete computer skills that coding provides, the process of learning how to...

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