10 creative alternatives to research reports and papers

Ditch That Textbook

In high school and college, I suffered through quite a few research reports and papers. Ed Tech audioboom edtech educational technology gafe Google Apps piktochart research papers research reports thinglink

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Better book reports: 10 techy alternatives

Ditch That Textbook

Book reports, however, can be a drag. Books are amazing. They transport students to a different time and place. They boost vocabulary and improve achievement. They can suck the fun out of reading. They can turn it into a chore. There has to be a better way, right? Use technology to your advantage! Here are […

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Is There a 21st Century Report Card?

My Island View

Why not consider using technology to make an innovative change in the way we report on student assessment? The second is the report card. I have often said that report cards are only provided for some parents to have bragging rights.

How to interpret a plagiarism report

PlagiarismCheck

How to interpret a plagiarism report. Overview of the report. Choose a source where similarities were found on the right and a corresponding phrase in the report will be highlighted: #7016460 means that the similarity comes from a paper previously submitted by other users.

How to interpret a plagiarism report

PlagiarismCheck

How to interpret a plagiarism report. Overview of the report. Choose a source where similarities were found on the right and a corresponding phrase in the report will be highlighted: #7016460 means that the similarity comes from a paper previously submitted by other users.

New Schema: Standards Based Report Cards

MiddleWeb

This year Mary Tarashuk is adding standards-based report cards to her self-contained class of 4th graders. Kids on the Cusp Teaching Challenges cross-curricular unit Educated John Dewey Mary Tarashuk pragmatism standards-based report cards student archives Tara Westover

Writing papers and research reports the Google way

Ditch That Textbook

We don’t use formal academic papers and reports that much in real life. Ed Tech digital writing edtech educational technology g suite Google Apps google keep research papers research reportsThe traditional research paper has been around a long time. We all likely have a memory of sweating over one at the last minute. They’re still a staple in K-12 schools and in universities. Often, they’re sources for more academic papers and [.].

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New Horizon Report K-12 2016

Kevin Corbett

Educational Change Future Tech Online Learning Virtual Reality (VR) edtech Horizon ReportWhat’s on the five-year horizon for K-12 Educational Technology & which trends and technologies will drive educational change?

Newsworthy! Learning as Reporters & Journalists

Teacher Reboot Camp

That’s why I love when teachers get students to act as reporters and regularly produce podcasts, vodcasts, ezines, digital newspapers, or radio shows. In my book, Learning to Go , I include a lesson plan, rubric, script template, and handouts for reporting the news. Learning as a Digital Reporter for a Class News Site from Shelly Sanchez Terrell. Challenge: Get students to report the news around them regularly or as a project for a unit. Reporting the News.

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New Cyberlearning Community Report: Five Great Reasons to Read It

Digital Promise

We worked together intensively for over a year to write a “community report” in which the authors would help us to report on the designs, ideas and progress in the cyberlearning community. The result, called the “Cyberlearning Community Report: The State of Cyberlearning and the Future of Learning with Technology,” was released on October 2, 2017 and is free to download here. The community report is available at: [link].

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Five EdTech Story Ideas for Education Reporters

Doug Levin

This week, education reporters from across the nation are gathering at the 2017 Education Writers Association National Seminar in Washington, DC. To that end, I suggest five story ideas for reporters interested in the topic. Among the topics they will focus on is technology in education (AKA "digital learning"). Blog In the News Trends #EWA17

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Better book reports: 10 techy alternatives

Ditch That Textbook

Book reports, however, can be a drag. The post Better book reports: 10 techy alternatives appeared first on Ditch That Textbook. Books are amazing. They transport students to a different time and place. They boost vocabulary and improve achievement. They can suck the fun out of reading. They can turn it into a chore. There has to be a better way, right? Use technology to your advantage! Here are […].

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Search, Link and Report

N2Y

And Positivity users now have many new reports to draw from in order to make data-driven decisions—and improve student outcomes. We have some time-saving improvements to share, plus a major update to one of our solutions!

Five Stories of Transformation from Our Fifth Annual Report

Education Elements

This week, we released our 2017-2018 Annual Report. The report marks eight years since Education Elements was founded, and our fifth such report.

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Kiddom now offers personalized curricula, visual reports and more

Ask a Tech Teacher

Reports — visualize progress with beautiful analytics that track student performance. If you’re a fan of Kiddom , the easy way to plan, assess, and analyze learning, you’ll be excited to hear that they added more than 50 features to the new Kiddom 2.0 (see

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New Report Released by Schoology on Digital Learning

CUE

In a new report released by Schoology, researchers made three key findings that have significant implications for digital learning. The post New Report Released by Schoology on Digital Learning appeared first on OnCUE. It isn’t all about the technology.

Why ‘Poor’ Should Never Be a Report Card Grade

Edsurge

Common grading scale for a typical report card Which is why I find it striking that on progress updates and report cards, many K-12 schools still use “poor” in one of the most potentially destructive ways—to imply that a child isn’t meeting expectations. “Grandma, are we poor?”

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Report from Tech & Learning Live Austin

techlearning

#TLtechLive Austin brought together high-level educators that understood the benefit of taking the time to learn something new

Google Slides for "Lab Reports" (update)

Cycles of Learning

I have written in the past about using Google Slides as a lab reporting tool in my courses. Since writing about this process last year I have COMPLETELY embraced this method. As a I wrote before, images, video, diagrams, etc.,

Five Stories of Transformation from Our Fifth Annual Report

Education Elements

This week, we released our 2017-2018 Annual Report. The report marks eight years since Education Elements was founded, and our fifth such report.

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2016 EdTechTeam Impact Report

EdTechTeam

View this Impact Report (and other years) at edtechteam.com/impact EdTechTeam, a California Benefit Corporation , is a global network of educational technologists dedicated to inspiring and empowering other educators.

Report: T&L Leadership Summit

techlearning

The elation felt while attending the June 2019 Tech & Learning Leadership Summit in Philadelphia could be compared to the exhilaration of running up the Rocky Steps in the City of Brotherly Love

EdTechTeam Impact Report- Press

EdTechTeam

The post EdTechTeam Impact Report- Press appeared first on EdTechTeam. EdTechTeam Press Impact ReportEdTechTeam Press featured a catalog of 18 titles and sold 49,000 volumes in 2017. Press also introduced a Masterclass tour in Australia, the United States, and online, allowing almost 2000 participants to work directly with the authors, ask questions, discuss the book’s big ideas, and dig into content to make lasting change in a school.

COSN 2019 Report

techlearning

Highlights from Envision 2030: Leadership for Learning—New Leaders, New Honors, New Tech

EdTechTeam Impact Report: Programs

EdTechTeam

The post EdTechTeam Impact Report: Programs appeared first on EdTechTeam. Impact ReportA new division, EdTechTeam Programs , was launched in 2017 to manage EdTechTeam’s role in the Dynamic Learning Project in partnership with Digital Promise and Google. The Dynamic Learning Project (DLP) seeks to improve educational equity and student learning by supporting teachers with classroom coaching to better leverage technology in powerful and meaningful ways.

Keeping Pace Report 2015

CUE

Keeping Pace 2015 report is now available online The Keeping Pace report was developed as an important guiding document for schools around the world. The post Keeping Pace Report 2015 appeared first on OnCUE.

EdTechTeam Impact Report-Mexico

EdTechTeam

The post EdTechTeam Impact Report-Mexico appeared first on EdTechTeam. Chromebooks EdTechTeam Mexico Impact ReportWith the return of the Mexico City Summit, EdTechTeam Mexico served 1,395 educators face-to-face in 2017.

16 Ways the 2016 Horizon Report Indicates That Higher Ed is Undergoing a Seismic Shift

EmergingEdTech

Education Technology Success Stories Future of Education Technology Making the case for Education Technologies 2016 horizon report for higher ed focus on change higher education undergoing major changes NMC Horizon report findings report details major changes for higher education

Report: Declining Community College Enrollment Worries Workforce Experts

Edsurge

Community college enrollment declined 11 percent nationwide between 2012 and 2017, according to new research from the Southern Regional Education Board, a drop that may signal workforce trouble ahead as more jobs require advanced skills and credentials.

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EdTechTeam 2017 Impact Report

EdTechTeam

The post EdTechTeam 2017 Impact Report appeared first on EdTechTeam. Community Featured Impact Report Professional DevelopmentEdTechTeam, a California Benefit Corporation , is a global network of educational technologists dedicated to inspiring and empowering educators by exemplifying the team’s values in their work.

5 Common Challenges Of Analytics Reporting

TeachThought - Learn better.

5 Common Challenges Of Analytics Reporting contributed by Catherine Wilson The benefits of analytics are obvious and do not need to be stated yet again. The post 5 Common Challenges Of Analytics Reporting appeared first on TeachThought.

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2019 Annual Report: Advancing the Mission

MIND Research Institute

Another year is in the books for MIND Research Institute, and what a year it was! We advanced our mission, strengthened our voice, and grew our partnerships. Here, we'll share just a few of the highlights from 2019.

Equity in #EdTech: A Report Review

ProfHacker

Justin Reich and Mizuko (Mimi) Ito have recently published a report entitled From Good Intentions to Real Outcomes: Equity by Design in Learning Technologies. The report is available for download without monetary charge and without collection of your personal data.

School district secessions gather speed, a new report shows

The Hechinger Report

Photo: Tamika Moore for The Hechinger Report. Two years ago, The Hechinger Report and The Nation published an investigation of Gardendale’s efforts to secede from Jefferson County to form a whiter, wealthier school district that excluded diverse neighborhoods like the one where Williams lived.

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Teach Math With Prodigy: Formative Assessment & Reporting

Prodigy

Teachers not only dedicate a major portion of their time to plan lessons, create assignments, and conduct tests, but also to determine their students’ overall performance through formative assessments and reports. But constantly evaluating formative assessments and building performance reports for each student can be challenging for teachers, especially while overseeing other tasks.