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How LMS groups enable student collaboration for better learning outcomes


Student collaboration has become increasingly important over the past years. Teachers are encouraged to promote collaboration in the classroom to achieve better learning outcomes.

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Conducting a Retrospective of the Year

Catlin Tucker

A retrospective, or “look back,” is a strategy that can be used by school leaders, professional learning communities (PLCs), and teachers to engage a group in a structured reflection and brainstorming session. A retrospective can happen any time during the school year (e.g.,

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Veteran K–12 CTO Shares His Tips for Designing the School Network of Your Dreams

EdTech Magazine

Taking on a K–12 school network transformation can be expensive, complicated, time-consuming and — if you make the wrong move — disappointing to thousands of end users.

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Help! I Am Moving Schools. How Do I Move Google Drive Files?

Teacher Tech

How do you copy or move Google Drive files? If you are retiring or moving schools or simply want a backup of your school files here are 5 ways you can move Google Drive files. The post Help! I Am Moving Schools. How Do I Move Google Drive Files? appeared first on Teacher Tech.

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Unlock the Power of Formative Assessment

Learn how a thoughtful formative assessment approach can help teachers understand where students are in their learning, inform instruction, and in turn, positively impact student learning outcomes. Get the guide today!

Three simple steps for creating lesson plans


Creating effective lesson plans is the cornerstone of successful teaching and learning. When learning objectives are clear, and students are allowed to engage in organized and meaningful activities to help them become proficient at a targeted skill, it will lead to a productive classroom where learners are focused on achieving academic goals. Well-planned, creative lessons increase student achievement and help teachers create a more manageable classroom.

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Public Satisfaction With Schools is High Despite What Teachers May Feel


Polling to measure public satisfaction with schools throughout the pandemic has shown a majority of Americans support the job their local schools are doing


It’s time to invest in tech equity in education

eSchool News

Today’s education doesn’t need to be limited to the walls of a classroom. It shouldn’t rely on home internet access, a community hotspot or a ride to the library. It shouldn’t be exclusive to kids who attend schools stocked with new textbooks and state-of-the-art laboratories. Rather, U.S.

Anti-LGBTQ+ Initiatives: What Is an Educator to Do?

Gaggle Speaks

From the “Don’t Say Gay” bill to bans on transgender youth in high school sports to claims of abuse against intact families for providing gender-affirming care to their children, the past year has seen a record-breaking surge in anti-LGBTQ+ initiatives across the United States. Student Mental Healt

Lessons of leadership

eSchool News

In this week’s episode of Innovations in Education, hosted by Kevin Hogan: 7 facts about the state of edtech in schools 5 tips to retain your educators during school staff shortages All about accessibility : Enabling a more inclusive classroom.

Keeping Students Safe and Productive on Devices

Speaker: Aaron Webb, Jamf

In our webinar, we’ll explore the full range of Jamf education products to protect students, including quick and easy tools for IT admins, powerful apps for teachers to ensure student safety anywhere, and parental engagement tools.

9 Indicators Of Authentic Mobile Learning

TeachThought - Learn better.

Designing instruction around tablets requires some slight shifts in how you view when, why, and how learning happens. The post 9 Indicators Of Authentic Mobile Learning appeared first on TeachThought. Technology Experienced Teacher Learning Models Mobile Learning Terry Heick

Integrating Social-Emotional Learning Across the Curriculum


Watch the Recording Listen to the Podcast. Over the past two years, America’s children have experienced historic challenges due to the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 pandemic.

OPINION: Students will move forward post-pandemic if we give them new pathways and opportunities

The Hechinger Report

As we hopefully begin to emerge from the pandemic, we’re only starting to appreciate its full impact on our children’s lives, learning and futures. The pandemic took the lives of hundreds of thousands of family members. It led to a troubling rise in mental health issues, a so-called second pandemic.

Teen Sleep, Brain Science and the Debate Over School Start Times

ED Surge

Scientists ran an unusual summer camp in the 1970s and ‘80s—and its main purpose was to study the sleep patterns of kids and teens. Campers actually wore electrodes all day so they’d be ready to plug in for monitoring.

The Best Ways to Use Managed Apple IDs at Your School

Speaker: Aaron Webb, Jamf

In our webinar, How to Best Use Managed Apple IDs at Your School, hear the real-world experience of Steven Palomo, IT Director at Beverly Public Schools, regarding how he successfully managed his entire tech stack.

Can Tech Replace the Classroom? Should it?


Writing a decade ago, Jody Passanisi and Shara Peters wondered if online learning could replace physical school. Now as they evaluate the costs to students of pandemic driven education, the teachers turned school leaders have their answer: Content in a human vacuum can’t sustain itself.

Engaging Students with Immersive Learning Experiences – SULS0159

Shake Up Learning

The post Engaging Students with Immersive Learning Experiences – SULS0159 appeared first on Shake Up Learning. Are you struggling with student engagement? In this episode, Kasey chats with augmented and virtual reality expert Jaime Donally.

Class Agreed to Acquire Blackboard Collaborate. Here’s What That Means

ED Surge

The fast-growing startup Class Technologies will acquire the virtual classroom tool Blackboard Collaborate, according to an announcement last week.

Rest is Essential to Growth

The Principal of Change

For this month’s post revisit, I wanted to share a post that I originally wrote in 2021. Not that long ago, but I think that many people were surprised that this last school year was more challenging than the previous one. .

6 Tips for EdTech Evaluation by Adult Learning Institutions

Many continuing adult education institutions have turned to technology used by higher ed with the following benefits: elevates teaching and learning, scales to address changes in staffing, enrollment and budget, and protects student and institutional data.

Steps to move from paper-based testing to computer-based testing

Think Exam

Education institutes are migrating from Paper-Based Tests to Computer Based Test after the Covid-19 pandemic. The reason behind the transition is that it is convenient and secure for students. Also, it is cost-effective, scalable, and secure.

Partnerships in Oakland and New York City Aim to Leave No Home Left Offline

Education Superhighway

In our work to close the broadband affordability gap for the 18 million U.S. households that have access to the internet but cannot afford to connect , partnerships are critical to removing the barriers that keep under-resourced households offline.

Thursday: "Ten Security Myths That Every Librarian Needs to Know Are Wrong - and Exactly Why" with Dr. Steve Albrecht

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

"Ten Security Myths That Every Librarian Needs to Know Are Wrong - and Exactly Why" Part of the Library 2.0 Essential Librarian" Series with Dr. Steve Albrecht Please consider joining us for this webinar this Thursday, May 26th, or register to watch the recording.