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NEO will be at ISTE 2017!

While students are looking forward to the summer vacation, the NEO team are looking forward to this year’s edition of the most comprehensive ed tech […]

Don’t forget about pedagogy when chasing technology!

What schools can learn from a simple tailor What does tailoring have to do with education? Nothing much would be an average answer, but I […]

Why educators should consider scenario-based learning

The e-learning landscape is a continuum of different instructional designs meant to adapt to individual student needs. This is where scenario-based learning comes in, where […]

The future of K-12: Will we still need a physical classroom?

Online education remains a key response to the documented shortcomings of K-12 education. There can be no doubt that the sheer volume of solutions and […]

Ensuring online safety in schools is everyone’s business

This year Google turns 19 and Facebook turns 13. Most schoolkids and teenagers are younger than them. Tablets are taking over a growing number of […]

Why your young students love e-learning

Kids are our future. Everyone seems to agree with this statement, regardless of skin color, creed, political sympathies, age, and so on. Our kids will […]

Video is a key teaching tool for the flipped classroom

You’re probably familiar with what the flipped classroom is and how it works. It is the exact inverse of how homework and classwork traditionally align. […]

How learning shapes a student’s brain. Literally

If you ever witnessed the process a newborn goes through while developing into a child you’ll probably agree that we humans are amazing creatures. Babies […]

What every adaptive learning system should have

Teachers have long recognized that their students learn at different rates, and in different ways. Recall the frustration of a gifted student who had learned […]

The role of rubrics in performance-based education

Humanity has come a long way in the last centuries and even in the last decade. Technology is probably the main driver behind this journey, […]

Campus vs. Online: Where is the future of education located?

Can there be a loftier topic than the future of education? When considering that technology is playing an ever-increasing role in education, specifically the use […]

5 VR apps for the modern classroom

Immersive technology, and especially the VR headset, is taking the world by storm. Although Virtual Reality is anything but new technology, many industries turn their […]

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