Want to give your gamers at home some valuable learning experiences? In a recent Mindshift article, Tanner Higgin describes “Three Awesome Educational Games Hiding in Plain Sight” that can support middle schoolers […]
A teacher at my daughter’s new school just told me about a fantastic, relatively new Web site for students that has incredible learning opportunities, and that he will be incorporating […]
mistaks Mistakes are important 4 four for learning! This critical advice for educators and parents from one Stanford University educator comes at a time when the push for getting it all correct […]
iPad and tablet device initiatives are huge, but exciting educational undertakings. And for schools, it’s important to get everyone on board, trained, and ready. The following resources present the benefits […]
The use of technology is integrated throughout the Common Core standards. The introductory pages of the English Language Arts standards explains that college and career-ready students need to be able to […]
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“The video clip shows the cliff where the fall initiated, near the ledge close to the skyline. Then, below the ledge, you can see the…
This great infographic is from Kodable, creators of an app that teaches k-2nd grade students to code.
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For inside the classroom and out, Doodlecast Pro is a fabulous productivity app for creating presentations on the iPad. This flexible tool allows students or teachers to record their voices […]
Warning: Creativity can be contagious. Do not show the following video to your children or students unless you have on hand many empty cardboard boxes and rolls of packing tape! […]
Comprehension in reading is the understanding that one acquires from text. It is the process in which meaning is constructed and is a main goal of reading instruction for elementary […]
My son had the opportunity to take several video game programming courses last year through an after-school program. They were using Scratch, a free program develop at the MIT Media Lab […]