Author: By Monica Burns September 23,2014
Author: By Terry Freedman September 23,2014
Zaption is a fantastic web app that gives teachers the power to create their own video lessons using a variety of multimedia.
Author: By Patricia Brown September 23,2014
It seems to me that schools need to start thinking now about their policy on smartwatches and any other wearable technology.
Author: By Kevin Hogan September 22,2014
I had the great opportunity to participate in the podcast The House of EdTech with Chris Nesi this past weekend.
Author: By Patrick Larkin September 22,2014
Found a few items of good news during the edtech weekend reading, which can only help on Monday morning.
Author: By Özge Karaoglu September 22,2014
A pretty good list of free online courses for high school students
Author: By Lisa Nielsen September 22,2014
This year, if you do not want your students to use only pencil and paper, here are some ideas and tools that can enhance your lessons with some technology.
Author: By Eric Sheninger September 22,2014
Innovative educators know how important it is to embrace the tools that students are already using to research and learn more about the topics in which they are interested.
Author: By Silvia Tolisano September 22,2014
"When was the last time any of us had to take a standardized test in our careers? Answer = never. So why is this done to kids incessantly?"
Author: By Alice Keeler September 20,2014
This type of crowdsourced-selfie-activity is a great way to have students participate in summarizing their learning, make a prediction, make it visible (you could use a Visible Thinking Routine, ex. CSI), or as an exit ticket.
Google Classroom allows you to take a document, video or link and push it out to your students.