Integrating the Arts into Every Subject

The CoolCatTeacher

As 2007 State Teacher of the Year in Rhode Island, Catherine Davis-Hayes is passionate about helping every teacher use the arts in their classroom. Today’s Sponsor: Edpuzzle is my new favorite flipped classroom tool. We all need arts in every classroom, in every subject, in what we do as educators. Through a program called SmART Schools (www.smartschoolsnetwork.org), teachers were able to come in and learn how to they could use the arts inside their classrooms.

Its 2019. So Why Do 21st-Century Skills Still Matter?

Edsurge

In my own work with educators around the globe, I’ve watched the emergence of 21st century trends such as makerspaces, flipped learning, genius hour, gamification, and more. In hindsight, Kay can identify three phases that have been critical in the 21st century learning movement. The third and current phase of the 21st century learning movement is all about “empowerment,” says Kay.

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A Key to Education Reform.

My Island View

The flipped classroom, maker movement, project-based learning, blended learning, student centered learning, hour of code, collaboration, direct instruction, and lecture, there are passionate teacher advocates supporting each of these methods as the best way for kids to learn. I am sure that there are some additional methods or movements that I have not mentioned.

Top 4 microtrends in e-learning

Neo LMS

Try some of these resources to boost your entrepreneurial education modules, try also exploring the Maker Movement. Peer-led learning communities assume other trending concepts like life-long learning and a trend towards decentralized systems (including the flipped classroom). Being awarded a seal requires schools to implement 25 practices across five main areas: leadership, business, data security, classroom and professional development.

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FETC Future of Educational Technology… Orlando Florida… Please Join Me!

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

W021 | Making Makers Mainstream … Connecting Curriculum Standards and the 4C’s. The makers movement across education has made a significant impact, allowing students to do and create. Explore ways to bring design, computational thinking, coding, robotics, electronics, engineering, and other elements of making into the regular classroom day in support of academic standards across the school in every subject.

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Part 2: Over 150 STEM Resources for PBL and Authentic Learning… Technology

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

I will be providing workshops and featured sessions on STEM, PBL, Inquiry, Maker Space, and Computational Thinking! Accelerator Nation – It is time for you to bring aerodynamics to life in your STEM Classroom. While you are at the site check out all the other possible resources that might just work for your classroom. Learn how you too can enjoy their activities in your classroom while allowing your kids to Tinker and Make!

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A Key to Education Reform.

My Island View

The flipped classroom, maker movement, project-based learning, blended learning, student centered learning, hour of code, collaboration, direct instruction, and lecture, there are passionate teacher advocates supporting each of these methods as the best way for kids to learn. I am sure that there are some additional methods or movements that I have not mentioned.

#FETC 2015 Recap

The Electric Educator

The maker movement is growing I can''t tell you how many sessions there were on 3D Printing, makerspaces, tinkering, hacking, etc. The vendor hall was filled with products and companies supporting and connected with the maker movement. The blending of the digital and physical world is very cool and powerful for classrooms, especially those like science that study the physical world.

From Legos to Maker Labs: Fun and Learning After School

Graphite Blog

Where Everything Is AwesomeAs a life-long fan of all things Lego, when I began to design my first classroom, I knew a box of those inspiring multicolored bricks would be part of my choice-time repertoire. My own interest in the Maker Movement offered the perfect inspiration, and so with financial help from both our PTA and DonorsChoose , as well as some creative dumpster-diving, the Maker Lab was born.

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10 Experts’ Predictions for Education and Technology in 2016

GoConqr

Technology and the classroom – major trends and challenges. Some hot topics will be virtual reality, augmented reality, 3D printing, coding and the maker movement. With an increased presence of BYOD and 1:1 programs in classrooms, schools today are faced with the challenge of transforming traditional learning spaces to seamlessly connect pedagogy, technology, and space. Web-based classroom solutions also offer apps in most cases.

The Top 50 Best Books for Teachers – Professional Development

Fractus Learning

Remember the days of longing for the hands on the classroom clock to move faster? Flipping Leadership Doesn’t Mean Reinventing the Wheel – Peter M. Part of The Corwin Connected Educator series, in this volume you’ll use the principles of connectedness and flipped learning to engage stakeholders—teachers, administrators, and parents—digitally, so they’re ready for productive discussion when you meet in person.

Top Ed-Tech Trends: A Review

Hack Education

The Maker Movement. The Flipped Classroom. It’s time once again for my annual review of “the year in education technology,” something I’ve done since 2010. Tomorrow I’ll launch the seventh edition of this massive, maniacal undertaking.

A Strong Case for Uncommon Learning

Fractus Learning

Every school and every classroom can explore these ideas in order to build uncommon learning opportunities for all students in our schools. The Maker Movement is highlighted in this chapter, highlighting its growing role in our schools and the uncommon learning experiences that can take place when a makerspace is developed at the school.

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The Stories We've Been Told (in 2017) about Education Technology

Hack Education

The Maker Movement. The Flipped Classroom. Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2017: The Stories We’ve Been Told. At the end of every year since I founded Hack Education in 2010, I’ve reviewed what I think are the most important and influential trends in education technology.

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A Strong Case for Uncommon Learning

Fractus Learning

Every school and every classroom can explore these ideas in order to build uncommon learning opportunities for all students in our schools. The Maker Movement is highlighted in this chapter, highlighting its growing role in our schools and the uncommon learning experiences that can take place when a makerspace is developed at the school.

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