Digital citizenship is all about teaching kids how to think critically, be safe, and make smart and responsible decisions when using digital media.
Don't let the whole summer go by without exploring fantastic ways to improve the quality of your instructional practices, by refilling your learning toolbox!
Allow your students to use their tech knowledge to create real-world learning experiences inside and outside of the classroom.
Recently, I engaged in a conversation with a few parents on Facebook who expressed apprehension to learning through technology.
The key to successful PD is creating professional learning experiences that support teachers to make learning faster, long-lasting and transferable.
I have had the opportunity to attendISTEfour times, and each time I attend, I discover new ways to make the most out of this wonderful experience.
Video allows you to deliver long-lasting images, and reach children with various learning styles. But how do you make sure you’re keeping things fresh?
Augmented and virtual realities have the potential to dramatically shake up learning like never before.
How can educators create learning experiences that foster collaboration, and problem-solving, but also nurture imagination and curiosity during the school day?
Augmented Reality is changing education. What started out as something that was simply “cool” has become a way to engage learners like never before.
Here’s a big question: how can educators create learning experiences that foster collaboration, and problem solving, but also nurture imagination and curiosity during the school day?