It’s rare to come up with a new idea. Basically, we reinvent the wheel or are inspired by the works of others.
More than ever our students need to see meaningful examples of how the U.S. was built on various cultures coming together to collaborate, learn, and help each other.
Social media is scary! Yes, our learners do very scary things on social media which can and have ruined lives.
Noah Geisel,@SenorG, is the first person who really taught me about the potential micro-credentials and digital badges have to motivate learners to achieve great things throughout their lives.
In today’s#EdtechMissionschat we shared ideas for teaching students how to use web tools and apps to research more effectively.
Brainstorming helps students come up with ideas, organizes ideas, and provides a roadmap for projects.
Students own their learning and acquire important digital skills when given the opportunity to create, produce, and problem-solve with technology.
Our digital learners need to understand the role crowdsourcing and crowdfunding plays in promoting causes, startups, and innovation.
With a Google Drive account, students and teachers have access to incredible time-saving studying features and tools.
Learning each other’s names correctly is significant to forming a strong bond with your students and for students to form strong bonds with each other.
Digital portfolios are one of the most powerful ways my students take ownership of their learning and reflect on their learning journeys.
Learning helps our students break generational cycles, lead better quality lives, and make a positive mark on the world.
One of the most amazing citizen projects, theEclipse Ballooning Project, will allow you and your students to watch thelivestreamof the historic total solar eclipse on Aug. 21st.