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businessinsider.comWe went shopping for electronics at Best Buy and Sears — and it's clear who does it betterSears is changing the focus of its electronics department to be similar to what Best Buy sells. We shopped for electronics at Sears and Best Buy to see how the stores compared, and it was clear which one does it better.
businessinsider.comThe largest mall in the US is coming to Miami, and it will have a massive indoor water park and ice rinkMiami is building a $4 billion shopping and entertainment complex — called the American Dream — that will be even larger than the Mall of America and King of Prussia. As hundreds of malls close around the US, the American Dream mall could be a more viable model for retail developments in the future.
theslot.jezebel.comDon Jr. Reportedly Dreams of Being a Book BoyIt appears that Don Jr., a taxidermied subway rat life brought back to life by a witch’s curse, is searching for a book deal. The New York Post reports that, according to publishing insiders, “Trump Jr. is shopping a tome, and is being repped by top agent David Vigliano’s literary firm, AGI Vigliano.”
thetechedvocate.org5 Things You Should Know About Adaptive LearningSpread the loveWhen we think about popular software, we picture sites like Amazon, Netflix, and Hulu: the pros of personalization. As Amazon users shop, they buy everything from toilet paper to college textbooks, dog food, and nutritional supplements depending on lifestyle and AI-generated product recommendations. As viewers watch Netflix, they stream endless hours of reality television or hard-hitting dramas or true-crime documentaries depending on personal preference and, more often than not, previous search requests. These sites don’t discriminate based on age, interests, intellect or socioeconomic status, and neither does adaptive learning, an educational model changing the landscape of learning from …
thetechedvocate.orgBest 3D Printers for the K-12 ClassroomSpread the love3D printing has created many exciting activities for the classroom, and teachers are itching to get their hands on one. And, who can blame them? 3D printers allow teachers to bring lessons to life in a way that students can see. Plus, kids love them! Even better, they are now much more affordable than when they first hit the market making it possible for schools to purchase them for makerspaces or individual classrooms. Considerations When Shopping Before you rush to buy a 3D printer for your classroom, there are some things you must consider. First, besides the cool …