Hey gang! It's the beginning of a new school year, so let's put into perspective why we're here. Why we do what we do. And even when you may be testing 89 days out of 180 - there will always be time to do some really great things for our kiddos. - READ More!
OK, this really IS cool! Though I usually don't have a problem with this because I start with a headline before writing.... sometimes I need to polish it. Starting a blog with a # gets the most RT's but BUT....
it gets tiresome. You don't want to be THAT blogger!
LOVE the idea of getting people out of their seats - you could also add a Sucks - Rocks - Not Sure section.
Gather a list of recent Ed Tech trends - post signs around the room & ask people to choose - Flipping the Classroom - does it Suck? Rock? or Not Sure? Move to vote & let people shout out WHY. Small debate. If you think the term Suck will overtly offend, use Stinks. [grins] You can steal these huge posters (View full size - take to Kinkos)
**The Edvocate is pleased to publish guest posts as way to fuel important conversations surrounding P-20 education in America. The opinions contained within guest posts are those of the authors and do...
It's an honour to be re-published in this fine magazine!
"We cannot simply pretend that powerful pocket computers don't exist or are not going to be important to our students in their futures. We have to teach students how to use them for productive learning. Doing otherwise, in 2015, is educational malpractice."
WASHINGTON (AP) — A 5-year-old named Jacob Adams was the first to test the big blue vending machine newly installed at the Salvation Army’s community center in Southeast Washington. Hopping up on a step-stool to…
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In this post, you will learn how to ;
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