This column provides practical suggestions to help guide teachers in utilizing classroom sets of iPads. Following a brief introduction to tablet technology in inclusive classrooms and the origin of these recommendations from a case study focus group,
Simply buying iPads will not transform a classroom, as most educators know. But by understanding the devices’ capabilities and limitations, and learning from others’ efforts, teachers can introduce tablets to their students with expectations of meaningful impact. It has been four years since the
I was reminded last week on the power of Twitter which brought together 250 education professionals to London for #TMLondon. Selfies, trending, hashtag, learning and sharing all took place and not only were there 250…
The role of Instructional Technologist has developed in the schools as a response to the need to focus on technology that helps with learning in the classroom. Traditional technologists in the schools have been focused…
In the end, all etiquette rules are just guidelines based around the same principles – whether they relate to technology or not. “The biggest thing is just being considerate of others, being considerate of that person’s time and putting others at ease,” Swann says.
Did you know that student vocabulary should increase by 2,000-3,000 words a year -- and about 400 of those words should be taught directly? But how do you do it? What activities effectively build student vocabulary? Try these tips from Cathy Puett Miller.
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