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Christmas ornaments

What Christmas Ornament Are You?

Christmas ornaments are like sweets and sweets are like human characters, – sometimes bright and empty, the other times bitter and sweet and the third times plain and flavorless like a two-week old piece of gum! This New Year plenty of candy canes, classy balls and dog shaped ornaments will be dominating the Christmas trees in every home.

Finally, it’s time to invite the holiday spirit in your life as well, time to get stuff your tummy with yummies and empty your head of daily worries.

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Tricky christmas facts

This Tricky Christmas: What is True and What is False about upcoming holiday?

Christmas is the most expected holiday of the year. Family celebrations, stacks of presents, crazy parties and (at last) the long vacation from studies are waiting ahead.

But before Unicheck team will also have a glass of festive freshly squeezed beet juice, we want to share amazing Christmas facts, which we were gathering and waiting to share this whole year. Be attentive, though: there are true statements as well as fake. Only the most perceptive learners will sort them out.

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educational technology

New Age of Education: What is Student’s Future Like?

What are the common tools students use in their studying process? Are these ballpoint pens smearing the ink all over the test sheet, dozen of books tearing a soft backpack with their weight or an endless amount of clips, tips and bookmarks?

Not anymore, as educational technology and online learning increase its popularity year by year. Many school districts see edtech as the way to improve education and help students to get to the point about their future occupations.  

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myers briggs learning styles

MBTI Types: Educating Various Types of Students

Knowing who we are is what gives us a sense of purpose. Career is one-way how this purpose is expressed and college is one way we prepare for a career. In order to succeed in college students have to be open to take in new information but their performance will also depend on their personal learning patterns.

According to Myers Briggs learning styles we all have inborn learning preferences. When students don’t understand the lesson teachers can help them to grasp the material in their own way using research-based framework that is suggested by MBTI test.

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plagiarism checker application

Edsby and Unicheck Commit to the Future of Original Writing

Unicheck has gained a new Edtech partner: well-known K-12 LMS platform Edsby. This new partnership opens new opportunities and offers tailor-made solutions for teachers and students, and takes edtech a step further towards the future.

The essence of the new LTI integration between Edsby and Unicheck could be truly described in three words, – “Collaboration, safety, and feedback”.

This integration will enrich teachers’ experience with wider opportunities for keeping students’ assignments original with pre-checks, draft submissions and resubmissions. As well, the teachers will be able to leave the comments for the students right in the reports facilitating the timely feedback on their work.

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unicheck moodle plugin

Unicheck Launched New Plugin for Moodle: What’s In?

The creators of Unicheck plagiarism detection software have announced their new plugin arrival that surpasses the previous version in terms of customization and functionality.

In this case, the new plugin will feature the commenting mode for the better collaboration between student and teacher, tooltips for the better system understanding, deeper scanning and individual tuning to the class workflow.

The old plugin featured under the former company’s name Unplag will still be available for the users who haven’t yet shifted to the new Unicheck plugin. The new plugin will be furtherly updated and enriched with new features that will help to keep it constantly improved.

Right now the new version is complete and ready to be downloaded and installed from the Moodle plugin directory.

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