Ease into the new school year with fun and engaging digital icebreakers
“One out of every 300 Americans will attend a New York City school. Ensuring all of these students have access to technology is crucial. “ -- NYCDOE Chancellor Richard Carranza
It explores a range of science topics related to color, including colorblindness, light refraction, optical illusions, the "feelings" of color, painting, and pigment.
Let’s take a look at these ten areas, and also how we as educators can use PBL as a vehicle for authentic student-centered learning.
Even something as useful as Google Classroom can become cluttered and less efficient if we fail to manage it well.
“We developed our new EdgeProtect and EdgeProtect Plus lines to work with the inherent drop protection qualities found in the latest generation of laptops and Chromebooks,” said Al Giazzon, CEO of MAXCases.
“EdTech-as-a Service gets the best technology into the hands of students faster and the bundled support reduces the burden on IT staff," said Erez Pikar, CEO of CDI Technologies.
Ustyme is a video-call program that allows two users, in two places, to read a story or play a game together.
The world of AV tech is booming, with new trends like AR and VR reinvigorating the field with innovative ways to incorporate learning.
Emoji Scavenger Hunt is a fun AI- powered experiment that you can play on your phones or your iPads in the classrooms.
GoNoodle is a series of web-based videos, games, and activities focused on introducing short bursts of physical exercise in the classroom.
Even our youngest students are engaged in critical thinking, making sound decisions and choices as they identify and solve authentic problems.
New Toy Association Research Identifies 14 Characteristics of Toys that Cultivate Kids’ Science & Math Skills
Educators interested in Makerspaces, STEM Labs, Project-Based Learning, Inquiry-Based Learning, and Genius Hour may feel unsure of how to integrate all of those things into their practice
Educators can work independently, share their planning with others or work collaboratively to build classroom resources.