These are just a few of the best creative tools to help you improve teaching, student feedback, and a whole lot more. The post 3 Creative Tools to Encourage Student Feedback and Improve Teaching Skills appeared first on Edudemic.
Going back to school after the holidays can be difficult for most students; after a few weeks of relaxing, eating, and drinking, the prospect of diving back into the routine of studying can be hard to take.
I've looked high and low in Las Vegas, but so far, there's no savior for an industry facing decline. By Cyrus Sanati FORTUNE -- This year's Consumer Electronics Show, as it is every year, is typically a celebration of technology and all things nerdy.
The important thing is that educational leaders are modeling the fact that they too are continuous learners who are striving to employ the most relevant resources that they can access to do their jobs.
The board that oversees California’s 112 community colleges approved a contract on Tuesday to spend $16.9-million on a “one-stop statewide online-education portal” that will let students take online courses from any of the state’s participating...
It's being a month now since the last list I shared with you here in this blog featuring a set of important TED Talks to watch this summer. Today, I am adding more talks from TED but this time the clips are only six minutes or less long. As short as they are, these talks are a great source of inspiration for all teachers and embed such an enlightening insight that your professional growth will definitely benefit from them. Have a look and let us know what you think of them. enjoy.
Your favorite online pinboard is catering a bit more to teachers. They have a new area dubbed 'Teachers on Pinterest' that is just getting started. The post What To Know About Teachers On Pinterest appeared first on Edudemic.
We're very excited about the prospect of using Google Glass in education. One instructor is already recording some useful STEM videos you should check out! (RT @EdTech_K12: Want to know what Google Glass can do?
At the close of every year I draw up a list of books I want to read for the upcoming one. When I was [much] younger the goal was to read as many books as I could—the more books I read the greater the sense of accomplishment I felt.
I’m far more selective than I was in my youth; my aim is to read books that are worthy of my time, which is no doubt a sign of aging or crankiness, though likely it’s a bit of both. In this post I share with readers a selection of titles from my to-read list for 2014—the top seven related to education.
This year [as in the past two at least] the number of titles to choose from was overwhelming. But I’ve narrowed it down to a mere seven. As the quote from Adler [above] suggests, I’m aiming for quality over quantity.
by Chris Kenrick, Palo Alto Weekly. In the fast-moving world of online learning, the Foothill-DeAnza Community College District has been tapped to help pave the way for an “education ecosystem” that aims to integrate all 112 ...
Did you know that search engines have a hard time indexing video content? They aren't transcribing the audio that might be in the video, so they rely on your description of the video to help identify it online.
Do you think a mobile app could really improve the learning of a student no matter the age? This visual guide walks you through what you should know. The post Can An App Really Improve Learning? appeared first on Edudemic.
There are tons of possibilities when creating a digital space for your classroom. A lot is dependent on what your ultimate goal is for your new space and what purpose it will serve alongside your face-to-face meetings.
It's possible to give your online class an in-class feel using these simple tips. What better way to see them all than through a visual guide? The post How To Give Your Online Class An In-Class Feel appeared first on Edudemic.
"Today I am sharing with you some cool iPad apps that your students and kids can easily use to create animated videos. I have been tinkering with them on my iPad and thought you might find them interesting as well. If you are looking for an extensive list of iPad apps to create videos and tutorials then the list I have compiled a couple of weeks ago would probably serve the purpose. You can access it HERE. http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/12/8-useful-video-apps-for-your-ipad.html
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