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Be a daring teacher! Let every student experience the joy of creativity. Bring a breath of fresh air into your teaching.
A study is making the rounds that details a few of the best ways to improve student achievement. It also touches on the least useful methods.
Huffington Post The Global Search for Education - Is the AP Worth It? Huffington Post In The Global Search for Education, join me and globally renowned thought leaders including Sir Michael Barber (UK), Dr.
My experience, with teaching both AP United States History and AP Human Geography, is that absolutely YES Advanced Placement courses are worth it. Regardless of a student's score on an AP exam, a student is taught a variety of ways to make an informed decision and/or present a well-reasoned argement based upon legitimate analysis of evidence. Basically, students learn how to think...not "what to think". A student exposed to this, which should be the basis of ANY class, is much better prepared for life in general and college more specifically.
10 Great Free Google Forms Every Teacher Should Be Using ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning http://t.co/alrXJw1HsH #gafe #edchat
Boy Scouts do it. Video games do it. Sometimes grades aren't enough. What's a teacher to do? Check out this handy guide to using badges in your classroom!
A Great Guide on Teaching Students about Digital Footprint ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Mlearning - Tecnologias moveis curated by Fernanda Ledesma (A Guide on Teaching Students about Digital Footprint ~ Educational Technology ...
Figuring out how to use Apple's cheap but powerful tool has never been more important than right now. Here's how to use Apple TV in the classroom.
8 Tips for Taking Better Pictures with Your Phone http://t.co/NB5aRtzAGe via @k12learn
Technology in the classroom should not mean mastering hardware or current software – because by the time these students are ready for the job marketing the hardware and software they learned on is already obsolete.
Language immersion programs are preparing students to be a part of a global society (RT @educationblog: Education - Language immersion programs are preparing students to be a part of a global society http://t.co/8wP1sUqfpN)...
Infographics are interesting–a mash of (hopefully) easily-consumed visuals (so, symbols, shapes, and images) and added relevant character-based data (so, numbers, words, and brief sentences).
How are schools adapting to the new demands of the 21st century?
This teacher's guide to Twitter is designed for anyone ready to use the service or already old hat. Whatever your skill level, this should help!
In this series of video interviews, we learn how one school in Kansas uses social media to empower student learning and connect with parents.
The Guardian (blog) Are language teachers leading the way with education technology?
Here's a handy visual step-by-step guide to choosing the best digital content for a blended learning environment. Useful for all skill levels!
The OECD’s PISA studies show Finnish students are among the best in the world in reading, math and science.
The analog-to-digital shift that has seen e-readers booting out books and smartphones trumping landlines is bringing tech to the classroom.
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There are numerous options for teachers looking to invigorate their curriculum and get their students (re)engaged and inspired. Let's take a look at what's possible when you pair a document camera with multiple iPads.
Separated by thousands of miles, middle-school students in suburban Massachusetts are teaming up with peers in Brazil, Africa, and India on a project with lifesaving potential.
By Thom Markham Once they get to the working world, most students, in almost any job, will collaborate as a member of a team.
What Teachers Need to Know about Teens Usage of Technology in 2013 ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Talking Tech curated by Sheryl Romero Abshire (What Teachers Need to Know-Teens Usage of Technology in 2013 Educational Technology and...
Columbia Missourian Teacher Beth Newton takes classroom technology to a new level Columbia Missourian Beth Newton helps her students Josh Bennett and Keishawn Samuels-Chappell set up iMovie on an iPad to record their experiment step-by-step in a...
What inspires you? What gets you wanting to find ways to be more creative? This print-worthy visual details 10 awesome ways to get inspired.