The Edtech Revolution: 2010 – 2017


In December 2010, The Journal –“t he leading Technology based education publication for K-12 and higher education”– published an article with a 5-prong prediction for the following year. But, how does the 2010 vision for edTech match what’s actually happening today?

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What Was She Thinking??

The Web20Classroom

In North Carolina, teachers here get a report that tells them how effective they are as a teacher, based solely on test scores. What happened to formative assessment? What happened to ongoing assessments. Please tell me that I am wrong in the way I think.

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Evaluate Me.Please.

The Web20Classroom

Here is just a taste of what was said: Assessment should come from a variety of sources including administration, students, peers, self, and key community members. Before any assessment takes place the right conditions/environment needs to be created.

How teaching informed by Assessment fosters student Self-Management Skills: Simplifying Approaches to Teaching & Learning Series (Part 6)


We conclude this series with the last but not least IB requirements for teaching and learning in the Diploma Programme (DP): assessment and self-management skills. This final installment covers h ow to cultivate students’ self-management skills through teaching informed by assessment.

Triangulating Assessment via Google Forms

Inquire and Inspire

When such tasks have been implemented, we then have the responsibility to gather meaningful information for assessment and evaluation purposes. The Triangulation of Assessment is an effective and authentic way to gather such data. First Edition, 2010.

Video Book Trailer Awards

The Daring Librarian

Winners will be announced at the School Library Journal Leadership Summit on the Future of Reading on October 22, 2010 in Chicago. Only videos produced between January 1, 2006 to July 1, 2010 are eligible for consideration. (So,

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The Bob Edwards Show Visits MHTV & MHMS!

The Daring Librarian

They found us through this blog and the interview focused on the future of school libraries, digital literacy, creating a positive digital footprint, research strategies, creating student assessment products, audio books, and how we always push the love of reading to our kids!

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Report: Kindergarten Increasingly Pushing Academic Skills

K-12 Schools - Education News

A new report suggests that accountability pressures have reached down through the elementary grades, causing kindergarten to become more focused on academic skills and less centered around opportunities for play.

New technology demands for the 21st century classroom

Connecting 2 the World

I heard a report on the news yesterday that the youth of today are much more likely to use an ereader than the older generations. This is probably the biggest stretch for k-12 teachers, where the "test" or "exam" is the preferred mode of evaluation and assessment. However, higher ed and professional education will need to start developing new formats and means of assessing learning using these new modialities. Let me begin by defining the 21st century classroom.

5 Goals for the School Year

The Electric Educator

These were my goals for the 2010 School year (you can read the full post here ): 1. Improve assessments to require more critical thinking and problem solving. I am happy to report that I met all of my goals for last year!

?This High School Teacher Gave Up on Traditional Flashcards—Here’s What Happened Next


Investors have plowed over $2 billion since 2010 into startups addressing the US K-12 edtech market. Learn more about the flow of dollars and deals in Chapter 2 of our State of Edtech Report. The report was sponsored by AT&T Aspire. StudyBlue (an online study tool that allows teachers and students to create and share materials), which led to changes in the way he approached assessments altogether. Education Technology Assessments Technology in School

How a Flipped Syllabus, Twitter and YouTube Made This Professor Teacher of the Year


We sat down with Boyer to learn more about his flipped syllabus, unique assessments, and the hard work that goes into an easy A. With this assignment, you have to be fully engaged, following this person every day and learning about what’s motivating them and reporting on it, basically, one sentence at a time. Education Technology Flipped Classroom Learning Strategies Professional Development University Assessment Driven Curriculum EdTech Lexicon Video Instruction

What You Can Do to Bring Emotional Intelligence Lessons into the Classroom


3] Teachers who prioritize teaching emotional intelligence report lower levels of behavioral issues, classroom bullying, and chronic absenteeism.[13] Industrial and Organizational Psychology, June 2010, 3(2), pp. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2012, 30(4), pp.

A Teacher’s Guide to Toxic Stress in the Classroom


According to student stress statistics, nearly half (45%) of the teenagers polled reported that they’re stressed all the time, and 70% report that anxiety or depression are “major problems” for themselves or their peers.[9,11] Monitor, January 2010, 41(1), pp.

How Is Cloud Computing Revolutionizing the Education Industry?

Ask a Tech Teacher

Nevertheless, an article published in the International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications one year later in 2010 uncovered that 88% of teaching professionals saw a need for integration of the service.

Most Mississippians can’t pass U.S. citizenship exam. Is American history education the problem?

The Hechinger Report

citizenship test, which assesses basic knowledge of American history, according to new survey results released earlier this month by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. This is not the first time a report has found Americans’ understanding of U.S. appeared first on The Hechinger Report.

U.S. K-12 Educational Technology Policy: Historical Notes on the Federal Role

Doug Levin

Note that the last category is the most subjective and one might reasonably argue some reports (including those conducted under contract with the U.S. FY 2010 $100,000,000. Rationale for Obama administration FY 2010 program funding reduction : “ The proposed reduction of $169.9

What may lurk behind Korea’s declining PISA scores

The Christensen Institute

The latest Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) scores are out for 2018, and once again Korea’s performance declined. Just three hagwons focused on things like K-Pop in 2010, but by 2014 there were thousands of these schools.

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OPINION: Race to the Top laws are still on the books, but state commitments remain uneven

The Hechinger Report

Tennessee hit every single one of those policy goals and, as a result, won the first round of the Race to the Top competition, along with Delaware, in the spring of 2010. on the state’s assessment of English language arts since it was first administered in 2015.

OPINION: How top charter schools became an ‘afterthought’ in one state

The Hechinger Report

The decline has accelerated, and results from the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) have pushed the state into the “learn-from-our-mistakes” category. State-by-state NAEP comparisons are available in this Hechinger Report table.)

When bootcamps go big: from coworking space to lifelong learning behemoth

The Christensen Institute

In 2010, General Assembly was a new, trendy coworking space. On the enterprise side, GA works with employers to determine desired outcomes, such as assessing if courses directly contribute to a specific revenue goal.

How to Boost Family Involvement through Parent-Teacher Conferences


14] Also set a few student goals for the upcoming semester during the meeting to involve parents in the assessment process.[8]. Language & Communication, January 2010, 30(1), pp. To Involve Parents in the Assessment of the Child in Parent–Teacher Conferences: A Case Study.

How tracking academic performance can nip (cyber)bullying in the bud


The Journal of Early Adolescence published a UCLA study in 2010 involving 2,300 middle school students from eleven public schools in Los Angeles. Bullying is a prevalent problem in American public schools.

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Five Learning Strategies that Work

Digital Promise

” In other words, this is meant as a learning technique, not for assessment. report that students showed better recall of information, problem solving skills, and the ability to transfer learning to new content. 2010).

Learning while you earn in college

The Hechinger Report

Unfortunately, this simple recommendation is no longer feasible or realistic for the typical undergraduate,” writes University of Pennsylvania education researcher Laura Perna in a 2010 blog post for the American Association of University Professors website.

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Technology Integration Research Review

Digital Promise

In our series of five articles, learn about three key elements of successful technology integration, discover some of the possible learning outcomes, get our recommendations on specific practices and programs by academic subject and promising tools for additional topics , find tips for avoiding pitfalls when adopting new technologies , and dig into a comprehensive annotated bibliography with links to all the studies and reports cited in these pages.

Teaching to the student, not the test

The Hechinger Report

Photo: Nick Chiles for The Hechinger Report. Give them more control over the manner in which they’re taught and how their work is assessed and you’ll produce more involved, successful students. Photo: Nick Chiles for The Hechinger Report.

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Questions of Compliance or Empowerment?

The Principal of Change

In my 2010 post, “ What Makes a Master Teacher “, I talk about the difference between “Learning Goals” and “Performance Goals”, and list that criteria for a “master teacher”: 6. November 8, 2010 What Shapes Your Learning?


K-6 Educational Music Videos: Selecting the Right Videos for Learning

The CoolCatTeacher

She married Matthew Pace, a songwriter from Las Vegas, in 2010. Joanna and Matt Pace on episode 172 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. Joanna and Matt Pace write videos on a popular YouTube channel, Hopscotch.

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U.S. K-12 Educational Technology Policy: What is the Federal Role? (Part II)

Doug Levin

In so doing, it is important to note that for all intents and purposes, the new educational technology program described in ESSA represents a dramatic turnaround in direction for Congress, which last funded a federal educational technology program in 2010 at the request of former U.S.

Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: The Impact of School Lunch on Student Performance

EdNews Daily

Government Accountability Office report. In 2010, Congress passed the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. In 2008, a Journal of School Health study discovered that fifth-graders eating fast food scored worse on standardized literary assessments.

Why Choice Matters to Student Learning


In fact, student choice is so important to BIE that it has included it in the rubric it uses to assess units of study to ensure that student choice is encouraged and utilized. Results from a 2010 study show that when. Patall, Cooper, & Wynn, 2010). Ways to report.

Full-day kindergarten is great for kids, so why isn’t it required?

The Hechinger Report

Photo: Lillian Mongeau/The Hechinger Report. Of those, two offer a waiver to children who are assessed as ready to start first grade. Photo: Lillian Mongeau/The Hechinger Report. Photo: Lillian Mongeau/The Hechinger Report. Photo: Lillian Mongeau/The Hechinger Report.

More Relevant Books. More Engaged Reading.

EdNews Daily

We assess readers’ behaviors and attitudes when using Story Shares versus their traditional choices, measuring both time spent reading and reported feelings around it. Department of Education, 2010: Status and Trends in the Education of Ethnic and Racial Groups.

A Welder of Digital Curriculum Companies Buys Its Latest


Since 2010, Weld North Education’s CEO and co-founder, Jonathan Grayer, has been scooping up online educational assets and fusing them together in an effort to create “the largest provider of digital curriculum serving preK-12 schools,” as he tells EdSurge in an interview. The biggest difference, from his perspective, about today’s digital curriculum tools is that they have “evolved to incorporate assessment engines that create a real-time feedback loop.”