Author: By J. Robinson July 24,2014
Author: By Guest blogger Monica Burns July 24,2014
In the 21st century, it is impossible to dismiss the powerful possibilities that exist due to online learning delivery systems.
Author: By Pernille Ripp July 24,2014
One of the fantastic parts about using mobile devices in your classroom is giving students the ability to explore locations that might be difficult for a field trip.
So for all of those just getting started, who perhaps are ready to move beyond use computers as research engines and typewriters, here is a little advice from someone who has been there:
Author: By Dean Shareski July 23,2014
Gordon van Owen uses poetry and free audio software to teach his NYC students about speaking, listening and important analytical skills.
Author: By Michael Gorman July 23,2014
The constraints of 140 characters is fuel for creativity.
Author: By Chris Aviles July 23,2014
Turn “beautiful words into meaningful images in seconds"
Author: By Guest blogger Monica Burns July 22,2014
Leaderboards fill a necessary niche in a Gamified classroom: leaderboards raise the status of all students and motivate Gladiators and Achievers.
Author: By Pernille Ripp July 22,2014
If you are new to the Common Core or are diving into a new grade level this school year you may want to check out the search feature.
Blogging with my students has been one of the most enriching educational experiences we have had this year.
Texthelp Inc. today announced Fluency Tutor for Google, a leveled reading and assessment tool to help teachers support and assess emerging or struggling readers.