Twitter provides a terrific way for teachers to get an unlimited stream of feedback from students over a period of time on any subject.
With their mobile devices and apps children, adolescents, and teens can create a very meaningful gift for a loved one.
About 1/3 of the 95% of children who attend school (5% and growing are engaging in home education) drop out in America.
Education blogger David Kapuler has created a free slideshow of 50 great sites for eduation, creativity, organization and more.
When did teachers become the bêtes noir of public education? Why are they getting all the blame for America’s public education failings?
I often speak and write about differentiating instruction. Unfortunately, when I go into schools I see very little differentiation occurring.
Instead of empowering and teaching students how to harness the power of the internet and social media they are banning teachers from interacting with teachers in online spaces like Facebook.