Fri.May 26, 2023

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See How These Educators Are Using Classroom Tech to Maximize Teaching and Learning

Digital Promise

The post See How These Educators Are Using Classroom Tech to Maximize Teaching and Learning appeared first on Digital Promise.

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Review: Lightspeed Redcat’s Audio System Delivers High-Quality Sound in the Classroom

EdTech Magazine

Students who struggle academically may also have trouble hearing their teachers. After all, classrooms are noisy! Whenever I address my students, I am competing with a cacophony of sounds: the noise of 34 desktop PC fans, the air-conditioning unit, sidebar conversations and, at times, up to a dozen 3D printers whirring away. The Redcat Audio System with Flexmike, an all-in-one classroom audio solution by Lightspeed, cuts through the noise.

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Investing in classroom collaboration tools? 3 things to know

eSchool News

Key points: Flexibility and ease of use should be important parts of decision making Meet today’s needs, but keep tomorrow’s needs in mind Modern technological advancements affect virtually every area of daily life, and today’s educational institutions are looking to new digital tools to help improve student achievement and engagement while fostering collaborative learning environments for both in-person and remote learners.

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Bionic reading method: read like AI, think like a human


Reading is important. (Okay, duh.) It’s the key to unlocking the world’s accumulated knowledge; and it allows us to experience other people, places, cultures, technologies, and wisdom, all without peeling our butts off the couch. Yet, with the rise of technology and the internet, our reading habits have changed dramatically. Not only do we have less time for it, but when we do read, a million other distractions clamor for our attention, courtesy of devices with boundary issues.

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Behind the Bell: The Underlying Impact of Tardiness in K-12 Schools

Managing a K-12 campus with constant pressure to meet performance metrics is challenging. And tardiness can significantly limit a school from reaching these goals. Learn more about why chronic lateness matters, and key strategies to address the following impacts: Data errors caused by manual processes Low attendance and graduation rates that affect a school’s reputation Classroom disruption, which leads to poor academic performance High staff attrition and “The Teacher Exodus” Unmet LCAP goals t

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How to reimagine teacher leadership

eSchool News

Key points: Teacher-leaders are an integral–but under-utilized–part of a school School leaders can secure teacher buy-in around new initiatives through teacher-leaders The typical leadership structure in a school is quite rigid, with administrators and teachers filling their roles separately. In this model, teacher skills are only utilized inside of the classroom, leaving teacher leadership potential on the table.

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5 Questions to Ask When Choosing an Effective Online Tutoring Program

MIND Research Institute

In a previous blog, Does High-Impact Online Tutoring Live Up to the Hype? we discussed how students could expand their learning beyond the classroom and experience accelerated math achievement. High-impact online tutoring offers a wide range of benefits for students from all walks of life. And plenty of research points to the efficacy behind high-impact tutoring, not to mention its transformative potential to address educational inequities.

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Fridays with Chief Trawick: Supporting the Mental Health in Youth and Adolescents

Gaggle Speaks

In today’s segment of “Fridays with Chief Trawick”, we’re exploring the importance of schools effectively supporting the mental health and well-being of their students.

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Thinkific White Label: Available Options and Costs

Sell Courses Online

You’ve built your online course on Thinkific, or you’re thinking about launching it there.

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7–no 10–OK, 13 Skills I Teach With Blogging

Ask a Tech Teacher

Blogging has become de rigeur in the Grade 3-8 classroom. It is flexible, scalable, and encourages diversity in both learning and teaching. Handled right, blogs can be used for pretty much any need that arises in the classroom. It has the added benefit of being an activity that students want to do. They like that it’s online, with lots of multimedia options, and a focus not on writing but communication.