I recently received two comments that reflect on the new, academic kindergarten. Actually, schooling for 5-year-olds should not be called "kindergarten." That term was invented by Friedrich Froebel in the early 19th century and meant "a children's garden." It was a time to play, laugh, build, tinker, and smell flowers. No more. Now it is…
An edtech teaching toolkit should include reliable tools for your needs and circumstances. Whether that includes Kahoot!, Screencast-O-Matic, or Scratch, it's ultimately about your teacher-student relationship.
Computer science skills are becoming more and more important to success in today’s economy, and this importance is highlighted during the annual Hour of Code. A number of resources on Code.org and other sites can help students of all ages and skill levels develop coding skills.
Imagine: you’re in a classroom, with all new technology, iPads, SMART Boards… the works. And though you can be observed, you don’t have to know it--because observers watch you from behind a one-way mirror, undetected. It’s just you and your students. Now, think about what you could accomplish in tha
"Talking about augmented reality technology in teaching and learning the first thing that comes to mind is this wonderful app called Aurasma. Since its release a few years ago, Aurasma gained so much in popularity and several teachers have already embraced it within their classrooms. For those of you who are not yet familiar with how Aurasma works and how to use in it in your class, the video tutorials below will help you out."
So you're a Google guru or a search siren... I bet you still don't know every last trick and tool in Google's array of services. But whether you're a newbie or expert, the following infographic may very well be worth printing out and posting in your office or teacher's lounge.
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