How educators can help prevent bad social media behavior

How educators can help prevent bad social media behavior

Sign up for our daily edtech news briefing today, free. Kids have become more alienated than ever over the past year and that has driven them to be online even more....

What Education Researchers Can Learn From Teachers (Opinion)

What Education Researchers Can Learn From Teachers (Opinion)

The new question-of-the-week is: It’s not uncommon for teachers to criticize—rightfully, I believe—a substantial amount of education research as not being helpful to us in the...

This model is the future of diversity in higher education

This model is the future of diversity in higher education

Back on a cool March morning, I went through my usual pandemic ritual of logging into Zoom, when an urgent message came in from a small group of students in my health justice...

Studying history should not be only for the elite, say academics

Studying history should not be only for the elite, say academics

Some of Britain’s biggest names in the education field of history are warning that the subject could be at risk of becoming a degree for the elite, after two modern universities...

How the Coming Population Bust Will Transform the World

How the Coming Population Bust Will Transform the World

Continue reading the main story How the Coming Population Bust Will Transform the World Fewer babies’ cries. More abandoned homes. Toward the middle of this century, as deaths...

Council Post: Adaptive Learning: How Technology Is Breaking Down Barriers In Education

Council Post: Adaptive Learning: How Technology Is Breaking Down Barriers In Education

The onset of the pandemic has given rise to adaptive learning, a concept that’s reshaping the classroom and improving education. Adaptive learning involves using a personalized,...

Increasing Independent Work time can mitigate learning loss

Increasing Independent Work time can mitigate learning loss

To accelerate learning, we need to focus on student work output daily. Students show us their learning every day. It’s our job to give them time to show us their understanding...

Four Ways K-12 and Higher Education can Collaborate on Pandemic Recovery

Four Ways K-12 and Higher Education can Collaborate on Pandemic Recovery

We can now clearly see the impacts of disruptions brought on by COVID-19, coupled with the failings of an education system that has systemically given only certain students...

Learning from the Inspiration of Others and Yourself

Learning from the Inspiration of Others and Yourself

In my last post titled, “A Fear of Success and the Elevation of Others,” I wrote the following: One thing that is important to me is that we, as adults, are modeling the...

6 Ways Screencastify Can Support Online Learning Through Video | Getting Smart

6 Ways Screencastify Can Support Online Learning Through Video | Getting Smart

Home Topics EdTech 6 Ways Screencastify Can Support Online Learning Through Video 6 Ways Screencastify Can Support Online Learning Through Video Pin There are many tools...

How Consistent Collaboration Among Teachers Fosters Effective STEM-Based Instruction

How Consistent Collaboration Among Teachers Fosters Effective STEM-Based Instruction

I entered the teaching profession directly from working in a virology lab. Every day our lab team met to discuss what was happening with our experiments testing potential...

Encouraging Middle School Students to Embrace Differences

Encouraging Middle School Students to Embrace Differences

Middle school is a precarious time for young people, as they’re figuring out who they are while also learning about how identity impacts their life experiences. The...