Wednesday, November 25, 2020

5 Thoughts About Technology

Have you checked out the latest issue of Educational Leadership yet? The March 2013 issue focuses on the theme, “Technology-Rich Learning.” Check out the infographic below...

Key Questions You Should Ask Before You Flip Your Class

I am preparing to do a workshop with Icelandic Educators this week and I was asked to give them a list of questions to...

Are You a Technophobe or a Technophile in the Classroom?

One of my favorite TV shows of all time is the American version of The Office (before it jumped the shark). I find it...

Strategies for staying sane while staying home

Just as businesses are trying to figure out how to sustain their work by renegotiating how to run the corporate world, so too must parents and caregivers renegotiate how things are done at home.

Leader Links: So You Have a New Tablet or SmartPhone…

The odds are good that you – or, at least, several of your colleagues – got a new tablet or smartphone over the...

Using Technology to Facilitate Planning for the Co-Taught Classroom

Co-teaching has been shown to be an effective, natural support for a diverse range of students in classrooms. When teachers work together (often a...

How to Use Edmodo in the Classroom

When using tools like social networks with students at school, two main issues often arise. First, many schools block popular social networks such as...

Should We Allow Students to Use Cell Phones in School?

At our high school, we recently reexamined our electronic use policy. In conversations during the summer, the assistant principals and I agreed that enforcing...
Teaching Digital Natives

Teaching Digital Natives

Changing classrooms to provide a relevant and engaging experience for digital natives presents a unique challenge.  Today’s students are growing into adulthood in a...

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