OCTOBER 27, 2020
OCTOBER 27, 2020
Ask a Tech Teacher
APRIL 12, 2020
Ask a Tech Teacher contributor, Brianna, has some general observations about STEM education in 2020: Stem Education in 2020. The essential component in 2020 is a T-part of STEM – Technology. A growing focus of schools is STEM. About two decades ago, the sciences were not so popular among younger generations. People keen on mathematics, physics, or IT were awe-inspiring and seemed to have supernatural abilities.
FEBRUARY 10, 2020
Listen to Nikolaos Chatzopoulos share 2020 Edtech Trends Listen to the show on iTunes or Stitcher Stream by clicking here. ” The post 4 Emerging Edtech Trends in 2020 appeared first on Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher helping educators be excellent every day.
OCTOBER 1, 2020
Books I finished reading (or rereading) in September 2020… Parable of the Sower , Octavia Butler [sci fi]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in May 2020. Books I read in July 2020.
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MAY 16, 2020
Many Americans celebrate Armed Forces Day annually on the third Saturday of May. It is a day to pay tribute to men and women who serve the United States’ armed forces. Armed Forces Day is also part of Armed Forces Week, which begins on the second Saturday of May. Holidays
SEPTEMBER 1, 2020
Books I finished reading (or rereading) in August 2020… Kiln People , David Brin [sci fi]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in May 2020. Books I read in July 2020.
AUGUST 1, 2020
Books I finished reading (or rereading) in July 2020… Equity Visits , Rachel Roegman et al. Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in April 2020. Books I read in May 2020. Books I read in June 2020.
JANUARY 16, 2020
We’re excited to announce the 2020 cohort of HP Teaching Fellows! Introducing the 2020 Cohort of HP Teaching Fellows. Here is the full list of the 2020 cohort of the HP Teaching Fellows: Joseph Archer, grades 5-6 teacher at Grand Erie District School Board, Ontario. The post Announcing the 2020 Cohort of HP Teaching Fellows appeared first on Digital Promise.
The Hechinger Report
OCTOBER 27, 2020
The post What kids stand to lose if 2020 steals kindergarten appeared first on The Hechinger Report. In Greenbrier County, West Virginia, Jennifer Holley began the year teaching nine 5-year-olds in person and 14 online. Her first online kindergarten class was a bit of a mess, she said.
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The Christensen Institute
OCTOBER 28, 2020
So far, 2020 has seemed like a cascade of these moments: from school building closures due to COVID-19 in March to public grappling with racism after George Floyd’s death in June, and to the multiplication of remote and hybrid learning models this fall.
JULY 19, 2020
2020-2021 promises to be an unpredictable school year. Most of the teachers I know, including my husband and most of my friends, are not sure whether they will be returning to school on a hybrid schedule or teaching entirely online. That is making it a challenge to prepare for the new school year.
AUGUST 3, 2020
Dear students, educators, and families, Welcome back for the 2020 school year! We are incredibly delighted to have our children and educators back in school again, particularly after such a challenging spring and summer.
Ask a Tech Teacher
MARCH 18, 2020
Ask a Tech Teacher contributor, Wally Clipper, has a great run-down on 8 trends you’ll want to watch in 2020: 8 EdTech Trends to Watch Out for This 2020. Moreover, research on Business Insider shows that the more skills you have, the more likely you’ll get hired in 2020. As always, education is changing. There are so many new ways to differentiate for varied learners, back-fill for some while enriching others without slowing anyone down.
What if teachers didn’t have to lug tons of paperwork with them to and from work? Having lesson plans available anywhere is just one of the advantages.
User Generated Education
JANUARY 1, 2020
How to Have 20/20 Vision in 2020 ). The year 2020 can act as metaphor for us, as educators, to have an overreaching vision for what we do. I really love the idea of approaching 2020 with a clear, well-articulated vision of our learners’ futures. 20/20 vision is a term for visual acuity in which the numerator refers to distance and the denominator refers to size. Visual acuity (VA) commonly refers to the clarity of vision. Vision is all about clarity.
JANUARY 16, 2020
Going to BETT 2020? Meet NEO at BETT 2020! You will also get a first glimpse at some of the cutting-edge functionalities that our LMS will have in 2020, such as the Personal AI assistant that helps measure current competencies and develop new competencies based on existing skills or skills that need to be developed, and more. We’re really looking forward to meeting you at BETT 2020! The post Meet NEO at BETT 2020 in London!
JULY 1, 2020
Books I finished reading (or rereading) in June 2020… On Liberty , John Stuart Mill [government]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in April 2020. Books I read in May 2020. How to Be an Antiracist , Ibram X. Kendi [civil rights]. The Secret Adversary , Agatha Christie [mystery]. Thinblade , David Wells [fantasy]. Sovereign Stone , David Wells [fantasy].
JANUARY 2, 2020
Since it’s now 2020, I thought it would be fun to revisit Karl Fisch’s video from 2006, titled 2020 Vision. In that video, Karl imagines he is the commencement speaker for the Arapahoe High School (AHS) Class of 2020, reflecting back on the past 13 years of schooling for that cohort.
Do you know three of the biggest reasons families leave schools? Here they are – and what you can do about it.
SEPTEMBER 22, 2020
Over the past two years, more than 6 million students worldwide have enrolled in online courses, with that number expected to rise in 2020. The internet has radically changed the way people obtain information, and part of this digital revolution is the way we teach and learn.
JULY 1, 2020
AUGUST 5, 2020
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JUNE 29, 2020
We are excited to bring you the very first in a series of eSchool News Guides, which are full of resources, tips, trends, and insight from industry experts on a variety of topics that are essential to the classroom, school, and district. The eSchool News Esports Guide offers expert insight on why esports are quickly becoming part of classroom instruction. Guides classroom district eSchool News instruction news resources school tips trends
Discover the top five reasons your school’s admissions should be online.
MAY 1, 2020
Books I finished reading (or rereading) in April 2020… This is Marketing: You Can’t Be Seen Until You Learn to See , Seth Godin [marketing]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. What’s the Matter With Kansas? How Conservatives Won the Heart of America , Thomas Frank [politics]. Masked Prey , John Sandford [thriller]. Crashlander , Larry Niven [sci fi]. Hexed , Kevin Hearne [fantasy].
JUNE 9, 2020
In March 2020 nearly the entire world’s education systems were thrown into the unknown when the COVID-19 Global Pandemic shuttered schools and teaching and learning moved to remote means. And there is much to think about going into the Fall 2020. 3 Reflections and Considerations For Teaching and Learning In 2020 Community Reflection: How was my classroom community prepared when the move to remote learning was done?
JUNE 1, 2020
Books I finished reading (or rereading) in May 2020… New York 2140 , Kim Stanley Robinson [sci fi]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in April 2020. The Mysterious Affair at Styles , Agatha Christie [mystery]. Staked , Kevin Hearne [fantasy]. Oberon’s Meaty Mysteries , Kevin Hearne [fantasy]. Besieged , Kevin Hearne [fantasy]. Scourged , Kevin Hearne [fanntasy].
Where Learning Clicks
AUGUST 4, 2020
The post Top 7 Education Books for Back-to-School 2020 appeared first on Where Learning Clicks. Outside the Classroom back to school Books for Educators education books for back-to-school 2020 Top books on education Top New Books top new books for educators
Too many private schools are still using clunky, outdated systems, causing unnecessary stress and wasted time. That’s why it’s vital for them to invest in modern products and services purposefully designed for private K-12 education.
JULY 27, 2020
Free Recoding Google Meet Ends September 30, 2020 Enterprise G Suite for Education G Suite for Education is free. The post Alert: Recoding Google Meet ENDS September 30 2020 appeared first on Teacher Tech.
MARCH 1, 2020
Books I finished reading (or rereading) in February 2020… The MVP Machine: How Baseball’s New Noncomformists Are Using Data to Build Better Players , Ben Lindbergh & Travis Sawchik [baseball]. Books I read in January 2020. The Light of All That Falls , James Islington [fantasy]. Secondborn , Amy Bartol [fantasy]. Traitor Born , Amy Bartol [fantasy]. Rebel Born , Amy Bartol [fantasy]. How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them , Jason Stanley [political science].
APRIL 1, 2020
Books I finished reading (or rereading) in March 2020… Personal and Authentic: Designing Learning Experiences That Impact a Lifetime , Tom Murray [education]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in February 2020. Culturize , Jimmy Casas [education]. Smart Baseball , Keith Law [baseball]. A Plague of Giants , Kevin Hearne [fantasy]. The Last Dance , Martin Shoemaker [sci fi]. The Songs of Distant Earth , Arthur C. Clarke [sci fi]. Hounded , Kevin Hearne [fantasy].
OCTOBER 22, 2020
The CGCS is very appreciative of Curriculum Associates sponsoring the 2020 Green-Garner Award, and we thank them for their generosity and commitment to honoring the best in urban public education,” said Michael Casserly, executive director of CGCS.
Personalized teaching of reading at the K-12 level can help imbue pleasure and interest in reading and the development of a reading habit, even among digital natives. A personalized approach works better than the systematic teaching of the entire class.