Tag Archives: Technology in the Classroom

The Technology and Learning Conversation Has Shifted

From transactional use to transformational learning experiences, 6 critical factors for teacher success. GUEST COLUMN | by Randy Ziegenfuss In a previous article, I shared a framework we’ve engaged to guide our digital transformation over the past seven years. During … Continue reading

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How to Teach Math Without Worksheets

An engineer’s perspective on making a digital shift in the classroom. GUEST COLUMN | by Marie Mérouze  When looking for alternative ways to teach math, avoiding the use of worksheets seems like it would be a simple task considering technology … Continue reading

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A Fair Opportunity for Success

Preventing technology gaps from creating achievement gaps. GUEST COLUMN | by Sheldon Soper Technology is becoming a ubiquitous component of modern day classrooms. Tools like Chromebooks, laptops, and iPads provide powerful ways for students to create, collaborate, and access information. … Continue reading

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Trends | Blended Perspectives

Educators integrating technology into their classroom practice experience some common benefits and challenges, identified in a new report from the Foundation for Blended and Online Learning (FBOL) and the Evergreen Education Group. In Teaching with Technology, a survey of teachers from 38 … Continue reading

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Trends | Survey on Teachers and Technology Use

Front Row Education, Inc., providers of adaptive, gamified and data driven education programs, recently released a survey looking at the use of technology in the classroom for the current school year. Questions addressed by the thousand K-8 grade teachers surveyed … Continue reading

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Active Learning

How to create an active classroom experience with technology.   GUEST COLUMN | by Jessica Sanders The traditional teaching method of giving a lesson at the front of the class puts you, the teacher, in an active position but leaves … Continue reading

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Reluctant Time Travelers

Life has changed, so why hasn’t education? CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis  If I decide to dine out and I am not sure where, the first thing I do is google area restaurants on my smartphone—a few more taps … Continue reading

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Interview | Rob Lippincott on Teaching and Technology

Some fascinating stats and interesting views from Rob Lippincott, Senior VP for Education at PBS, in this interview. Rob is responsible for the development and implementation of effective public media educational services for PBS, local public television stations, students, teachers … Continue reading

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You’re Never Too Old to Begin Flipping Your Classroom

GUEST COLUMN | by Wendy Roshan Before the era of smart phones, computers and digital blackboards, there was a time when teachers stood at the front of a classroom and lectured while students wrote notes with pencils. When the bell … Continue reading

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Trends | Leveraging Technology for K-12 Learning

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