Bring up peer teaching in a room filled with your colleagues. You’ll almost certainly get mixed reviews, which raise lingering questions.
How can educators effectively run peer teaching activities? Are they even worthwhile, according to research?
Although many technology-based teaching methods and resources effectively engage students and build their skills, many educators encounter difficulties when using technology in the classroom.
Maybe a specific platform is too hard to introduce. Or maybe it won’t run on your devices. Despite the challenges, you likely want to enjoy the benefits that education technology can deliver.
As the popularity of adaptive learning technology booms, a growing number of school leaders face unique challenges when introducing a given adaptive learning program at the school or district level.
For the savvy school admin, questions about adaptive learning technology abound: how should teachers be trained? How much does it cost? And, of course, how should a tool be selected — with the huge variety of games, products, and software vying for your attention?
To address such questions, below is a guide to adaptive learning technology that provides implementation strategies. It also includes a definition, benefits, examples and a downloadable list of implementation tips.
As educators look to teach and engage students using EdTech (educational technology), many turn to Monica Burns.
The Apple Distinguished Educator and founder of Class Tech Tips left teaching in New York to become a technology and curriculum consultant.
It’s been three years since she started her new career.
In that time, she has consulted at schools across the world and presented at conferences such as SXSWedu and EduTech. She also became a published author, writing about how to use QR codes and scannable technology in the classroom.
Are you looking for some great math videos to supplement your math lessons? There are some awesome YouTube channels that make great teaching aids and blended learning resources. Without further ado, here are the top 5 math channels on YouTube: