Creating a connected classroom has gotten far more affordable now that the major tech companies have begun pouring resources into reaching teachers, students, parents, and school leaders. Aside from the Apple iPad, the biggest player in the world of education technology has to be Google. They regularly unleash new productivity and collaboration tools as part […]
Wie gut gehen Schüler mit digitalen Medien um? Eine internationale Studie hat das in 20 Ländern untersucht. Jetzt wird sie in Berlin vorgestellt. Deutschland könnte schlecht abschneiden. Gute Computer an Schulen sind Mangelware.
ShareTweet Figuring out how to turn your standard classroom into a high-functioning connected classroom that lets students learn like never before is, well, incredibly difficult. You need to review education websites, consult with colleagues, ask questions, confer with school leaders, and work with all your various constituents. From parents to teachers to students, bringing tech …
Beim digitalen Lernen liegen deutsche Schulen im internationalen Vergleich weit zurück. Es fehlt an Technik und Know-How, meint der Software-Entwickler Thomas Pilz. Im tagesschau.de-Interview erklärt er, wie die Schule der Zukunft aussehen könnte.
Deutschland liegt bei den Computerfähigkeiten seiner Schüler im europäischen Mittelfeld, ein Drittel der Achtklässler haben kaum Computerkenntnisse - und Mädchen schneiden weltweit besser ab als Jungen.
ShareTweet iPads are amazing learning instruments that can improve instruction and student engagement dramatically. Those of us privileged enough to work in 1:1 iPad classrooms can attest to that. But lets be realistic: most classrooms around the world do not have access to the funds and resources necessary to equip a full classroom with iPads …
ShareTweet There’s a reason teachers like Google tools. They’re free, easy to use, and you already have an account on basically all of them. Add in the fact that Google is making a huge push into the world of teacher tools and you quickly realize it’s a good time to be a teacher. There are …
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