5 Ways to Bridge the Gender Gap in STEM

Image Source Keep the Celebration, and Encouragement, Going Year Round With These Ideas Last week, we celebrated International Women’s Day, and March is Women’s History […]

Are you Bringing Your ‘A’ Game for Your Students? 25 Questions

(Image Source) Giving students the opportunity to take more ownership of learning and modeling the behaviors you wish to see are just a few ways […]

Looking at The Impact Of Digital Tools On Student Writing

Is technology helping hindering or helping students learning to write? There’s no denying that technology has had a seismic impact on education in recent years. […]

Leveraging Technology to Build Literacy Among Millions of Displaced Children and Those with Disabilities

Innovations and Collaborations Provide Learning Opportunities for Kids in Need There are about a quarter of a billion children around the world who cannot read, […]

Singapore: World Class Education Embraces EdTech and Skills Based Learning

Small Country Embraces Education Technology at a National Level In a little-known city state in South East Asia lies the world’s top performing primary and […]

9 Disturbing Data Privacy and Security Concerns Educators Should be Aware of

Image Source “There’s folk out there who would do you harm … so I’ll sing you no lullaby” – Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull (No […]

What Would You Change About Education and Teaching if you Could?

As the new Year, and a new President Here in the US, usher in a Season of Change, we ask … if it Were in […]

What Will it Take for Schools to Get Serious About “Healthy Homework” Levels?

Enough With the Excessive, Counter-Productive Homework Already. This year I’ve watched my daughter, a consistent 98 to 99 average student who is now in 8th […]

4 Hugely Successful Businesses That Were Conceived in Student Dorm Rooms

So this one is a little off topic (i.e. not edtech), but … working in a career focused college myself, I get excited by stories […]

Can a Foreign Language be Learned Online? Implications Behind this Question

“… the success of the online learning experience isn’t as tied to the technology we choose as it is to the way teachers and learners […]

When are Digital Media and Tools WRONG for Teaching and Learning?

I think Hugh Beaulac raises some interesting questions in this article that are important to consider. The idea that digital resources might be more productively […]

What I Am Passionate About as we Head Into 2017 (How About You)?

Image Source: https://farm8.static.flickr.com/7303/15917559383_260eafee53.jpg Hello 2017! We Need to Talk … 2017 will mark the 9th year of writing and sharing here on EmergingEdTech. Wow.... [Please click […]