When reimagining education, the focus needs to be on finding and keeping the best learning practices
Boosting creativity in the classroom is essential and easy with the right apps, websites, and best practices
New hybrid event models, such as Confluence 2020, combine the best of face-to-face and online presentations
Districts need to create long-term virtual professional development plans to support educators and encourage the effective use of digital tools
One of the latest buzzwords in education is “active learning,” but what does this really look like in the classroom?
A dynamic project should have a balance of static and interactive elements as well as individual work and cooperation.
More than 50 education technology and curriculum leaders came together to learn, share, and make connections to support instruction in districts across the country.
Get to know these education technology tools because they will help your instruction, student learning, and growth.
Google AR/VR tools can be a way to take students to places that they may never have the chance to visit
Research tells us that personalized, collaborative, and connected learning experiences enhance student engagement, in turn, driving student success.
Instead of just presenting my ideas, we had a brainstorming session. I gave them access to an editable Google Sheets where we began building an action plan.
Sometimes we forget the fact that if you post someone’s content and do not give them credit, you are essentially stealing their work.
What follows are three steps you can use to ensure an online meeting is effective and meaningful to the participants.
How fun would that wedding be? If I were invited, maybe I’d get to be Curriculum’s Best Man. Maybe I’d give Curriculum a toast. It might go something like this.