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  1. Gamification in Marketing: Lessons from the Khan Academy Website

    What makes this site so successful—more successful than most of the math teachers and live classroom settings of which I’m aware? In 2011, my family and I spent a year in a remote region of South Africa.

  2. Higher Education Searches Rise on Google, Reveal Marketing Opportunity [Study]

    The hypothesis here is that students are more interested in potentially staying closer to home, are more interested in offerings where they have either a campus or they have some other way of interacting with the community or teachers or the...

  3. Some Googlers Don't Want Their Kids Using Google Products

    As the New York Times reported, computers "are not allowed in the classroom, and the school even frowns on their use at home," and from the number of Silicon Valley executives' families attending the schools seems this double standard is popular.

  4. Bunsen Burner Doodle Honors Inventor's 200th Birthday

    Anyone who has walked in to a high school science classroom across the globe remembers the first time they saw a Bunsen burner - one of the first awestruck moments of our youth - the stuff of every mad scientist movie we had watched as kids was...

  5. Startup America: Google, Facebook Among Companies to Lead White House Entrepreneurship Initiative

    The first is called The Flat Classroom Exchange. Less than a week after announcing a commitment to entrepreneurship during the State of the Union address, the Obama administration announced Startup America, a national campaign to help create jobs...

  6. RIP: AdWords Report Center

    Tour of Reporting Tools (Google Classroom) If you spend any amount of time in Google AdWords, you've probably noticed that your report options have slowly been dissappearing from the Report Center. In fact, your options for creating reports...

  7. Augmented Reality (AR): A New World Order - SES San Francisco

    There is a Civil War AR project that is using AR to help educate people by offering real historical site interactivity, essentially knocking down traditional classroom walls. I don't know how you're feeling right now, but I'm knackered.

  8. You Can Now Get '15 Minutes of Fame' with YouTube videos

    Think "crowd-sourcing consultancy" sessions in a live classroom environment. Andy Warhol said in 1968 that "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes. Well, you can now get "15 minutes of fame" on YouTube.