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Paying it forward with a cool teacher tool. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Jamie Rosenberg was mentoring a student in a nearby school for mentally and physically delayed pre-kindergarten students. “I saw how little the classroom had and how much … Continue reading
Epiphany Learning, a student-centric, web-based personalized learning application for K-12, recently launched the Dynamic Schedule – a powerful feature that allows schools to transform traditional classrooms into learner-directed environments. This feature reduces the amount of time teachers spend scheduling flexible environments and … Continue reading
Today’s students grew up with the Internet, and their immersion in interactive games and mobile devices means they typically respond better to teaching methods that involve give-and-take among peers rather than top-down lectures. A teaching approach that leverages crowdsourcing can … Continue reading
A passionate educator teams with a smart entrepreneur to present a most practical tool. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Walter Duncan needed data in real time for a paper-based classroom. A teacher, Walter (pictured, right) says, “I had the option … Continue reading
A mobile accessory that turns your iOS device into your own personal cameraman, the cool thing about the Swivl is that it literally follows you as you move and enhances video capture with a wireless microphone. It’s one of those ‘Now why … Continue reading
Like a web-based guidance counselor, this cool tool helps K-6 classroom teachers leverage the power of learning preferences with their students. After students take an age-appropriate (K-2 or 3-6) preference profile in the computer lab, teachers can use: 1) Kidzmet’s … Continue reading