Educational Technology

Kenyatta University student Online Course Registration Portal

Kenyatta University Student Online Course Registration Portal on Portal The Kenyatta University student online course registration portal enables access to your personalized information in the […]

5 Reasons Kids Today Need Classroom Technology

It’s a new world – Classrooms aren’t what they used to be.   Robotics labs and teacher holograms might seem like frivolous marketing tricks used […]

How to create automatically graded exams with BookWidgets

Sketch Noting with Red Rohl Transformative Principal 171

Red Rohl is a veteran elementary and middle school teacher who works to find ways to connect with kids via sketch noting and writing graphic […]

Guide to Survival with the Worst Majors

They told you not to do it. Despite gloomy articles and depressing statistics, the willful spirit in you or maybe your heart has made you […]

SeeSaw + Google Drive = Awesome Possibilities

SeeSaw is a free digital portfolio too to give students the ability to express their knowledge in different ways through written text, drawings, images, video […]

How is STEM Education Shaping the Future of our Science Classes?

Guest article written by Barbara Mascareno-Shaw As more school districts focus on STEM education, there is room to improve. What is STEM education? Simply, it […]

Does Digital Media Have a Place in Hands-On Science Learning Space?

I reached out to Rebecca Bray, the chief of experience development at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., to learn about […]

Making Math a Movement Based Learning Experience

Students master content when they are provided opportunities to learn it in a variety of different ways. Kelly Mally shared a great interactive Math lesson that […]

Using Vocaroo to Share Voice Comments

Vocaroo is an easy way to create and download voice recordings and when its smashed with Google Drive it can become one power tool!!! When […]

Should We Be Sending Students Who Hack Their Schools to Jail?

Some trends are emerging in reviewing the data assembled for the K-12 Cyber Incident Map. One trend involves how K-12 students caught being involved in and/or instigating […]

A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 16 Edition)

Last week, the “Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News” was on vacation, amongst the tall trees of the northwestern coast, and mostly off the grid. As […]