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How to Build Lifelong Learners

Ask a Tech Teacher

If there is a trait above all others that I want to imbue into my students, it is curiosity. ” The first step toward reaching that goal would be opening their minds to fascinating bits and pieces of knowledge, be they about computer games or nature. Make a trade-off with students.

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How to Prepare Your Students for College

Benchmark Education

A New World of Technology—in Classrooms, Around the Globe. In this era of markedly different standards, shifts in core content, and high stakes tests, the bar for our students and for us as educators is significantly higher. So, how do we best prepare our students for college?

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School Leadership in the Common Core Era

A Principal's Reflections

It appears that much of the focus for improvement has been on creating rigorous classroom instruction to increase student achievement measured by the highly contested standardized tests. Students with Interrupted or Limited Formal Education (SIFE). Students with Disabilities.

Making an Impact with Games?

ProfHacker

I’ve written a lot about using and making games for the classroom here at ProfHacker, as while games and learning have been around for a long time our ability (and interest) in realizing their potential is on the rise.

Novel Ideas for Writing Instruction

techlearning

MORE BETTER WRITING Third Grade Students at Milton Public Schools use FlipGrid to record book reviews. They’re reading student work that’s more thoughtful, properly revised, and well researched, and they’re able to give efficient, effective feedback to each student.

96 edtech predictions for K12 in 2019

eSchool News

In recent years, we’ve seen an increase in parental engagement that can be correlated to the implementation of digital platforms and applications. SEL will begin to affect school culture from the top-down, bringing about change in adults first and students second.

The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

Hack Education

It works well, that is, if you disregard student data privacy and security. Affluent students get to digital tools for creative exploration; poor students get to use theirs for test prep. The Flipped Classroom". Students don’t pay attention to lectures, they would argue.