School isn't just about learning and books, as teachers are already well aware. For students, going to school also teaches them about a slew of life lessons - and interacting with others is at the top of that list.
I've been fortunate to have been invited to lead quite a few blogging workshops over the last couple of years. In nearly all of those workshops there are a few widgets that I generally recommend adding to classroom blogs and websites.
How Teachers Can Best Use Tech The American Education beats across the country have been speckled with nightmarish headlines about education technology failures in schools: big iPad acquisitions gone awry, melted chargers, broken screens, and...
By implementing the usage of digital tools into the classroom, the students will get engaged and interested into each other’s opinions. In the list that follows, you will find the most effective tools that will enhance the communication skills of your students, as well as their problem solving, productivity, critical thinking, and collaboration skills.
Groupiful is a new entry into the task management / project management tools market. On Groupiful you can create groups of up to ten members with whom you share task lists, project files, and calendars. Of course, Groupiful contains a messaging system that you can use to exchange notes with and send reminders to group members.