Teachers and students learning together in 21st century classrooms are capable of achieving great things. Devices allow students to connect, communicate and collaborate online and publish their work for a global audience. Any content published online will begin to create a digital footprint for each individual. As educators, we need to ensure we model and…
The year 2015 was an exciting time in digital education. Now it’s time to look to the future and the things to come in 2016. To help you plan your digital education strategy for the coming year, we tapped into some of the digital education leaders to share their 3 biggest predictions for 2016: Gamification, Personalized Learning and Social Media Steven W. Anderson; Learning Evangelist, Speaker and Author; Web20Classroom Digital teaching and learning is complex and still in its infancy. It’s difficult to predict with any accuracy what the next trends will be. With that in mind, I believe there are a few things we will hear a lot about in 2016. First, Gamification will continue to grow and to breed solid leaders who will take it in a positive direction. Gamification should become less focused on games and more about the learning. Personalized Learning will continue to refine. Right..
There are some ways to integrate technology in your classroom that adds value to your learning environment and pretty much can be a go to no matter what the lesson plan. Here are my favorites no matter what grade level you might teach.
Digital equity involves making sure all students have equal access to technology like devices, software and the internet, as well as trained educators to help them navigate those tools. Find out how the digital divide affects students with learning and physical challenges, minorities, girls, and those from low-income and rural communities.
Teachers & Educators in the present fast-paced, ever evolving world of communication are presented with a plethora of options which might sometimes be overwhelming. To reduce the efforts of teachers in learning a new form of communication, we give you…Read more ›
What Teachers That Use Technology Believe by Terry Heick What do teachers that use technology believe (as it pertains to teaching with technology)? This will read a lot like a pro-education technology post because it (more or less) is. I tried to get in the head of both teachers skeptical of “edtech” [...]
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