Lenovo LanSchool Air Solves Classroom Management Challenges for Teachers

EdTech Magazine

Add in managing in-person and remote students, and this could be a recipe for stress. Back in 2017, Lenovo helped solve that challenge with LanSchool, its powerful classroom management software.

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How to create effective personalized learning professional development

The Christensen Institute

According to a 2019 Education Week Research Center survey of nearly 600 teachers, 11% view personalized learning as a passing fad, 10% say it’s not on their radar screen, and 8% see it as a “threat to public education.”

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Why collaboration is a bad idea for developing personalized learning teachers

The Christensen Institute

There’s growing recognition today of a huge problem slowing innovation in personalized learning: we don’t have a clear pipeline for preparing and developing personalized learning teachers. Although many aspects of teaching translate across personalized and traditional settings, the schools driving personalized learning forward often find that their teachers need some additional skills and mindset shifts that they just don’t pick up in traditional teacher preparation.

Why collective action is the wrong approach for developing personalized learning teachers

The Christensen Institute

There’s growing recognition today of a huge problem slowing innovation in personalized learning: we don’t have a clear pipeline for preparing and developing personalized learning teachers. Although many aspects of teaching translate across personalized and traditional settings, the schools driving personalized learning forward often find that their teachers need some additional skills and mindset shifts that they just don’t pick up in traditional teacher preparation.

Google Supports Ed Tech Research into Modern Classrooms

EdTech Magazine

It also found that teachers highly value technology to increase flexible, active and personalized learning opportunities. Increasing personalization is precisely what Google had in mind when it announced a new batch of 2-in-1 Chromebooks in mid-January. The Lenovo 500e Chromebook and the Dell Chromebook 5190 have cameras on two sides, stylus capabilities, large screens and a flexible design. Google Supports Ed Tech Research into Modern Classrooms. meghan.bogardu….

How to help students become digital creators

eSchool News

A new report examines how giving students the power to explore digital technology improves learning. Today’s students are creating learning cultures in which they are digital creators, and this transformation is benefiting districts across the nation, according to a new report. Digital Learning and Tools News

What’s New: New Tools for Schools

techlearning

Teachers can create transformational learning experiences for students by joining 3DBear’s AR Innovator Program. Amplify Fractions covers math standards in grades 3–6 and uses adaptive learning, interactive storytelling, and a personalized digital tutor to help students conquer fractions. The tool is ideal for differentiated learning, literacy, English-language learners (ELL) or Special Needs instruction. Software & Online 3DBEAR AR INNOVATOR PROGRAM ( 3dbear.io/product/

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The New Teacher 2.0 Network, a Sweet Contest, and a Free Workshop

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

is a community for educators to talk with each other about their personal and professional growth. and social media are providing personal and professional opportunities--and that I can bring in guest speakers for webinars on these topics. How do you use the Web to build and participate in personal learning networks? How do you start building your own personal or professional presence on the Web, and what kind of work opportunities come from doing so?

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

” Via The Indiana Gazette : “Parents and other school district residents reminded the Indiana Area school board on Monday that their dissent of the Summit Learning program hasn’t waned, even though the administration scaled back the program and put it on ‘opt-in’ status for the 2018–19 school year.” ” Well, this will be useful to “personalize learning,” won’t it.