via Edudemic If you’re rolling out iPads in the classroom, you need to lay down the law. As a connected educator, you need to come up with a set of guidelines, classroom iPad rules, as well as a way to manage all your new devices.
via TeachThought Good Morning. You All Have An F: Increasing Student Engagement Via An Additive Grading System In a way, the current education system is already set up like a game–just not a very well designed one.
via ICT in Practice Much has been discussed about computer games and their impact on young people. A lot of the media has focused how games are turning our young people into violent hooligans. But more recently, there has been shift in opinions.
Building a website today is easier than ever. For any organization, entrepreneur, or enthusiast needing an immediate online presence on a budget, the list of free site-creating tools is pretty diverse.
via Edutopia Play has earned some inaccurate baggage of connotations over the years. When we talk about playing in education or play time, many would push back that it is not appropriate to play in classroom, or that play is not good learning.
via MindShift Austin Newman, 10, of Menlo Park, Calif., is not allowed to play video games during the school week. His mother, Michelle DeWolf, said she had to take that step to keep her son focused on his homework during the week.
MOOCs may yet upend education as we know it, but don't count out traditional universities. By Anne VanderMey, reporter FORTUNE -- The country's higher education system seems ripe for tech industry disruption.