Back-to-school time is underway, and I’m sure you teachers are already balancing your lives, your classroom, and your pesky administrations. What could make life just a little bit easier for you? Google Docs, my dear educator friend.
Accepting the viewpoint that the Common Core State Standards is a blueprint for education creates a number of issues educators are required to tackle. One issue is recognizing that the new standards only detail the student outcome, not how that outcome is learned by the student. Assuming there exists an implementation plan at school that has already addressed the “why and what” outcomes to learn, teachers now need to address the “how.” How do I, a third grade teacher, create opportunities in my classroom that will ultimately lead to college and career readiness? How do I teach students so the outcomes are truly learned?
As more school districts consider 1:1 initiatives, they are faced with the decision of which device to roll out. Chromebooks and iPads are two popular choices, but instead of choosing between them, some innovative school districts are deploying both.
ReadWrite Back To School: Technology That's Elementary ReadWrite When thinking about technology, the important thing to remember is: Take into account the learning goals for the child as well as the current technology policies of your student's...
There’s likely a new iPad getting unveiled in the very near future. Like, in the next couple of weeks kinda near future. What better time to take a step back and figure out how to actually use these devices in your classroom?
If you use technology to bolster your understanding of a particular topic, use critical thinking and problem-solving skills to tackle tough questions, or simply collaborate across networks (online and in-person), then you've got some of the skills...
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