The Link Between Edtech, Curiosity and Creativity in the Classroom

Edsurge

When it comes to engagement, teachers value learning experiences that address the whole child—creatively, cognitively and emotionally. Schools and districts are tasked with many challenges—from classroom management and test scores to student safety and emotional well-being.

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How an LMS can help teachers keep older students engaged

Neo LMS

So let’s explore how teachers can harness edtech resources, with a focus on school learning management systems, to maximize their limited time and supplies, while also delivering a more engaging, personalized experience for middle school students. Improved student assessment.

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Student Engagement Strategies for Pandemic Teaching (Closing Keynote by Jen Giffen) – SULS0130

Shake Up Learning

The post Student Engagement Strategies for Pandemic Teaching (Closing Keynote by Jen Giffen) – SULS0130 appeared first on Shake Up Learning. Jen shares some AH-mazing student engagement strategies that work in this crazy, COVID world! Amplify Student Voice.

7 ways you can remix your classroom and teach like a DJ

Ditch That Textbook

Guest Blog Student engagement Teaching creative teaching edtech educational technology remixing education student engagement teach like a djHave you ever seen an amazing DJ who can rock a crowd of hundreds, even thousands of party-goers? What is it that makes that DJ so amazing and so darn cool? Guys like David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Zedd, female DJs like Krewella, Alison Wonderland, and Rezz all have similar characteristics and objectives and dare I […].

How to improve student engagement and interactions in your classrooms using Linways LMS.

Linways Technologies

If teaching is an art, keeping the students engaged is the craft of that art. In the post-COVID scenario, student engagement and student-centric learning are going to play huge roles in the education industry. to boost the student-teacher interactions.

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Increase Student Engagement with Pear Deck

Teacher Tech

Getting Started with Pear Deck A Guest Post by Stacey Roshan Pear Deck is one of the easiest ways to ensure all students in the classroom are actively engaged and participating in classroom presentations created in Google Slides. The post Increase Student Engagement with Pear Deck appeared first on Teacher Tech. EdTech Tool Slides google slides Pear Deck

Engagement & Edtech in Social Studies

The CoolCatTeacher

Dustin Harnish inspires social studies teachers From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter You can blend old fashioned relationships with modern edtech if you know how. But he uses far more than technology to engage students.

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20 tools for a more accessible classroom

Ditch That Textbook

ALL of our students deserve to have access to the content we are teaching. A one-size-fits-all classroom is not practical for any group of students. DitchBook Twitter chat Ed Tech Student engagement Teaching accessibility accessibility features accessibility tools accessible classroom edtech immersive readerLuckily with the technology available to us, we can create a learning environment that makes the content accessible to all of our learners.

10 ways to use emojis in the classroom

Ditch That Textbook

In fact, our students are sharing complete thoughts and complete stories in, get this…PICTURES. using emojis edtech educational technology emojis in the classroom student engagementEmojis are the modern-day hieroglyphics. It’s true! Take a peek at the phone of any tween or teen. They’ve traded words for icons. Something’s drop-to-the-floor funny? ?? will do. Their parents are looking over their shoulders? Insert ??. Emojis can […].

The pivotal role of edtech in the hybrid classroom

Neo LMS

In particular, students and educators saw their usual routine completely turned upside down. They were unprepared for the vast impact the virus would have on how students learn and education settings operate. The pivotal role of edtech in the hybrid classroom.

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6 ways to boost student engagement in online/virtual classrooms.

Linways Technologies

Teaching-learning is being digitized, there are more tools to assist teachers manage their classrooms, courses, academics, etc. But no matter digital or otherwise, one thing all teachers agree about student-teacher interaction is the engagement.

Doug Fisher Guides Us On How to Teach Student Engagement During Virtual Learning

Edthena

Students must be taught engagement expectations across learning environments and formats to drive their own learning. Distance learning students should understand what engagement looks like and taught how to monitor levels through critical thinking questions.

How a Network Breach Led to This Robust Solution for Security and Student Engagement

Edsurge

Since education technology first arrived in classrooms, security has been a primary concern. Since education technology first arrived in classrooms, security has been a primary concern. Here, he shares his thoughts on cybersecurity and appropriate use of technology in the classroom.

The gains and pains of the think-pair-share strategy

Neo LMS

TPS has three steps: think: the teacher asks students to consider a question; pair : students turn to a partner; share: students discuss their answers. Here are the GAINS (or pros) of this strategy: Grab students’ attention. Teachers student engagement think-pair-share

COVID-19 and the Value of Edtech Coaches

Digital Promise

As the coronavirus pandemic challenges schools around the world to keep students engaged in remote learning and to use technology in new ways, many have turned to instructional technology coaches (also referred to as edtech coaches) for support.

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5 Tips for Student Engagement and Concept Retention

Securly

In today’s world, students need even less than 8 seconds to access information or find an answer to their question with search engines and online databases. This reliance poses a threat to the actual retention of knowledge learned in the classroom. But how can we keep students learning and engaged amidst so many other distractions of 2016? First, consider that all students learn in different ways. To get started, here are five ways to keep students engaged: 1.

4 Ways teachers can use edtech to create personalized learning experiences for students

Neo LMS

Education technology (edtech) is on the path to conquering every classroom. Of course, that is not ideal, as both teachers and students need to connect in person, but there are some aspects of the virtual world that make it necessary in education. Students make no exception.

AR, VR and MR Driven Student Engagement

myViewBoard

Quick Take: Introduces how to integrate AR, VR and MR technologies and applications to increase student engagement. Student engagement is a ‘hot’ topic in education, if we could only engage young people they would thrive! . So how does one engage a millennial about the periodic table and Pythagoras? Could adding interactivity to the classroom enhance student engagement? Try VR in the Classroom.

Using edtech to bring edutainment in the classroom

Neo LMS

Granted, the notion of “fun” may differ a lot from one individual to the other, but still, it is important to consider that spicing up education with a little bit of fun – that is, including entertainment into the educational process – may improve studentsengagement and their learning outcomes.

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50 ways to make your lessons interactive

Ditch That Textbook

Students benefit when we create lessons where they can interact with the content. When we provide students with interactive lessons they are immersed in the content and take an active role in their learning. DitchBook Twitter chat Creativity Student engagement creative teaching edtech interactive class interactive classroom student engagementWhat makes a lesson truly interactive?

How Smart UX Design Turbocharges Student Engagement

Edsurge

Many of them have been immersed in apps and digital games featuring engaging user experience, or UX, since before they could read. To captivate these students, educational technology has to be more than just a container for instructional content—it has to offer the same level of engagement as the consumer apps they’re used to—in other words, a seamless and enticing UX. As every teacher knows, students are most comfortable when education doesn’t feel like an onerous task.

9 reasons why HyperDocs can transform your class

Ditch That Textbook

I have been enjoying creating, sharing, and using HyperDocs in my classroom for the past three years now after learning about them during the very first night of the inaugural #DitchBook book study Twitter chat. Ed Tech creative teaching edtech educational technology g suite google apps for education HyperDoc HyperDocs student engagement teaching

30 ways to make your lessons interactive

Ditch That Textbook

When we provide students with interactive lessons they are immersed in the content and take an active role in their learning. They increase engagement and get everyone in on the learning. A3: Any time Ss can DO things with your content, you increase engagement and learning. DitchBook Twitter chat creative teaching edtech interactive class interactive classroom student engagement

Ditch The Lists: Digital vocabulary instruction that works

Ditch That Textbook

I’ve been out of the classroom for 4 years now, and one of my biggest regrets is the way I did vocabulary […]. Ed Tech Guest Blog Student engagement Teaching digital vocabulary instruction edtech eduprotocols nearpod pear deck vocabularyWrite and highlight the word, write the definition, give an example… YAWN! Vocabulary is critical to learning, yet it is often done in drill and kill fashion. I was guilty of this myself.

4 Ways to Discover the Best Edtech

Digital Promise

This resulted in a frenzy to find an app or a website to use in the classroom with students. But we now know that a website or an app is only as powerful as its effectiveness in instruction and engagement. While we’ve come a long way from the “grasping at straws” syndrome, educators continue to ponder the worth of many educational technology (edtech) products and struggle with the best and most efficient means of choosing these products.

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Research-Based Implementation of Online Learning: Part One

Where Learning Clicks

With unprecedented numbers of American students using online learning, thoughtfully implementing high-quality curriculum is key to their success. The post Research-Based Implementation of Online Learning: Part One appeared first on Where Learning Clicks.

A Siri for Higher Ed Aims to Boost Student Engagement

Edsurge

When third-year students in strategy classes at BI Norwegian Business School have a question about their assignments next semester, odds are a robot will provide their answer. A chatbot—a computer program designed to simulate an intelligent conversation—will respond to routine student inquiries and prompt students to complete assignments, mimicking some of the tasks of a teaching assistant. Students have a lot of the same questions over and over again.

Research-Based Implementation of Online Learning: Part Two

Where Learning Clicks

To ensure success with online learning for students and educators, implementing it requires careful planning and the incorporation of proven best practices.

Try the Connected Kahoot!

Ditch That Textbook

Kahoot is a favorite among students and teachers alike. But what if we took our Kahoot beyond the walls of our classroom? DTT podcast #DitchPod creative teaching edtech kahoot skype student engagementIt’s a fun way to jazz up assessments with gameshow style quizzes. What if we used Skype or Google Hangouts to connect multiple classes and all played together at the same time? Steve […].

3 critical attributes for any edtech ecosystem—and where to find them

eSchool News

In the Lake Washington School District, where I serve as a Digital Application Instructional Alignment Specialist, 30,000 students continued learning during the global pandemic through the remote learning experiences created by my talented colleagues.

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New Research: Schools Using Technology for Greater Student Engagement

techlearning

Large screen, interactive displays that facilitate student collaboration improve engagement and enhance the learning experience and are a priority for many districts as they shift away from teacher-directed pedagogy. The number of makerspaces continue to increase with 28% of respondents reporting they have a place for students to make things. Only 9% believe that technology is not helpful in the classroom.

Viral classroom: 10 ways to harness viral video power in class

Ditch That Textbook

Teaching creative teaching edtech educational technology student engagement video youtubeAdmit it: You watched Charlie bite his brother’s finger. Or you watched the double rainbow guy. Or maybe you’ve watched Peyton Manning talk about giving a girl a second-hand handbag in one of the NFL Bad Lip Reading videos. If it wasn’t one of those, you’ve probably succumbed to one of our guilty pleasures since [.].

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How an LMS can support a school’s edtech strategy

Neo LMS

The problem is, many schools still rely on legacy systems and even paper-based processes to manage their administrative and student data, which is time-consuming and costly. However, the mere presence of edtech in a school setting doesn’t guarantee any results.

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Upgrading the Remote Learning and Hybrid Classroom

A Principal's Reflections

With many schools and districts struggling to not only maintain effective engagement with their students but to be able to quickly and easily adjust to changing and ambiguous guidelines is equally as challenging. document camera edtech

4 EdTech Ways to Differentiate in a Student-Centered Classroom

The Web20Classroom

Co-Written with my friend and business partner Shaelynn Farnsworth In all the work that Shaelynn and I do with teachers across the US and beyond we see educators creating amazing learning environments for students. From the use of 1:1 technology to enabling students to learn authentically, these really are incredible times to teach and learn. On the one hand, they have the traditional methods of accessing content and assessing what students have learned.

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