Sat.Oct 05, 2019

A New School Makerspace

User Generated Education

I am beyond elated – our PreK-6 elementary school received monies, through our district’s Computer Science Resolution 2025, to create a STEAM (science, technology, arts, math) makerspace. I never thought our Title 1 school would get the opportunity to create such a space.

Colleges Need to Build Digital Quads to Support Social Learning for Online Students


The act of talking with others—having social debates and conversations—is key to human learning, and this “social learning” has now become an important tenet of teaching and learning.

LMS 158

The Office is on Fire – Claim, Evidence, and Elaboration

Teacher Tech

ELA Lesson: Claim, Evidence, and Elaboration The art of the lesson plan is knowing your students and creating an engaging lesson for the students you actually teach. This is the problem with pre-made lessons from the publisher, they don’t know your students. An English teacher, after noticing his students were really into the television show […]. The post The Office is on Fire – Claim, Evidence, and Elaboration appeared first on Teacher Tech.

Equity Through Student Voice


Of the many ways technology can be harnessed to enhance learning outcomes and foster connection, creativity and collaboration, one of the most compelling may be capturing student voices.

5 Costly Inventory Management Mistakes Schools Should Avoid

If your school is like most, inventory and/or asset management plays a critical role in daily operations.

7 Helpful Tools to Visualize Your Ideas Collaboratively

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Collaboration and team work are at the centre of meaningful learning experiences both inside and outside classroom walls. Luckily technology provides us with various tools and applications more