Author: By Lisa Nielsen November 24,2014
Author: By Silvia Tolisano November 24,2014
The good news is that more and more often students are presenting at education conferences. The bad news is that they’re doing a poor job and it’s their teacher’s fault.
Author: By Brett Clark November 24,2014
After my sketchnoting workshop at Miami Device, I was asked to record my process of CREATING the sketchnotes.
You see, like many classrooms, my son starts his day on a certain color. If his behavior is defined as good behavior, then he gets to move up a color.
Author: By Terry Freedman November 21,2014
They can then read this content using BeeLine's eye-guiding color gradients, which aim to make reading easier for all readers, especially those with dyslexia, attention deficits, or vision impairments.
Author: By Kelly Clifford November 21,2014
The “argument” seems to consist of the “logic” that kids have lots of access to technology, and they can teach themselves how to use it, and therefore schools, and by extension teachers, are redundant.
"It's time to stop complying with the system and draw your own map. You have brilliance in you, your contribution is essential, and the art you create is precious. Only YOU can do it, and YOU MUST!"
Author: By Kevin Hogan November 20,2014
8th grade students at Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School combine math concepts and creativity to design their dream rooms using SketchUp or Floorplanner.
It’s not often (ever?) that you see a roomful of school district superintendents giggling and taking group selfies.
Located 40 miles northwest of Chicago, Community High School District 128 is recognized locally, statewide and nationally for its outstanding academic and extracurricular programs.
Today, Boardmaker, maker of special education software for assisting individuals with overcoming their speech, language and learning challenges, introduces the Boardmaker Student Center app.