For some reason when I post a link or photo Twitter thinks my message is automated and will not allow me to send the message.
Kids today are practically born with technology in their hands, but when should teachers and parents help those hands graduate from tapping, dragging, and swiping to home row and touch typing?
Innovative educators are natural hackers constantly coming up with, and even sharing, ideas to improve teaching and learning.
When I was a brand-spanking new teacher I was in awe of veteran teachers who had mastered classroom management.
I was excited to check outthis Tweetfrom@TaliCSMthe ed director atCommon Sense Educationabout how to ethically respond to a student friend-request.
In this post we look at three major streaming providers vying for you (there are many others…) and I provide my take on which platform is best for what you are trying to do.
When I was pursuing my Masters degree in education back in the 90s, we spent time figuring out how to best set up a classroom.
Raunchy photosresult in people getting fired, kicked off the team or appearing less attractive to a potential mate.
While someoutdated educatorsare hung up on making students sit, stare, and copy down their every word (by hand!), innovative educators know there is a better way.
I listened to a teacher explain his pleasure in his teaching method. He explained that the secret to his being a successful educator is that he asks students “Why?”
If you're not on Twitter you should be and the first thing you should be prepared to do is create a bio.
It's no secret that livestreaming video that can be viewed later, is an incredibly powerful learning tool.
We know what tools support great pedagogy, but it gets murky when we lift the hood to see what is underneath in terms of safety, privacy, security, and compliance.
Blogs are a great choice for summer reading because not only are they current, but they also invite you to connect with others and join the conversation that is of interest to you.
Tom Whitby and Steve Anderson shared ideas with a room full of educators at#ISTE2016.One big idea is that relevant educators share freely with the world.
The#ISTE2016opening keynote was Dr Michio Kaku who had powerful insights impacting the future of education.