You just asked a question to your class of 30 students. One student provides the correct answer, but how do you know everyone in the class grasped the concept?
There are over 80,000 apps in the Apple store marked as “educational.” How do educators and schools distinguish the quality applications from the subpar?
There are lots of great ed-tech tools out there, but which ones should you use in your classroom? To narrow down the choices we asked teachers who are ed-tech experts for their best recommendations.
For teachers taking their first steps into the ed-tech world, Twitter, Facebook, and other social media networks are incredible places to consume and learn about best practices.
Teachers are creative in the ways they take videos from YouTube, movies, and music videos and turn them into lessons that highlight complex concepts.
TED talks don’t necessarily prepare students for the next standardized test, but they are perfect to get them thinking critically. Here are some examples of great TED Talks that inspire, provide professional development, and teach.
Flipping your classroom is not just about the videos. The flipped classroom really revolves around increased face-to-face interaction between students and teachers.
According to new research, the number of teachers flipping lessons is growing significantly. It’s not just for the most adventurous educators anymore.
With every new technological advance comes the promise of a dramatic transformation in our educational ecosystem. Which one will incite a revolution?
There are an estimated 300 million PowerPoint users in the world delivering an estimated 30 million PowerPoint presentations each day. Here are some other options that might work better in the classroom.