10 strategies for lightning-quick feedback students can REALLY use

Using homework assignments to give feedback is pokey. Inefficient. Slow. Think about the length of the feedback loop for traditional homework assignments: Teacher assigns homework […]

Is "No Significant Difference" Bad For EdTech Research?

Most studies comparing educational technologies with one another conclude that there may not be enough benefits from using them. But maybe we're looking at the […]

100 things I wish someone had told me about teaching

As a brand new teacher, I was trapped out on an island. Isolated. Stuck in a “silo,” so to speak. I had a lot to learn. […]

Do We Need Virtual Reality In Education?

The future of human beings interaction is changing with the development of the technology and the evolution of the information technology innovations. This post was […]

10 add-ons to Google Classroom you MUST try

The basic functions of Google Drive and Google Classroom are only the starting point for the innovative and creative uses one can use in the […]

The First Videodisc: Phonovision

Before electronic videodisks, Scotsman John Logie Baird created them from phonograph platters. Don McLean's work resurrecting Baird's original disks reveals an early step in the […]

My blogging voyage, and how I do it (step by step)

Three years ago I embarked on the voyage “Ss Blogging” in my fifth grade classroom. (It’s a take on the “SS” abbreviation for “Steam Ship.” […]

7 Ways To Integrate Technology For Successful Project-Based Learning

Successful project-based learning focuses on use of technology alongside classroom teaching to achieve higher effective learning. To ensure a successful pedagogy, your tech platform needs […]

10 journals every e-learning professional should read

I was delighted when Matt Guyan blogged 5 Books Every eLearning Professional Should Read in response to my 5 papers every learning professional should read. […]

10 ways to create interactive multimedia in any grade/subject

Watch a video. Move definitions around to match their term. Jump to an article online. Get instant feedback to a multiple choice question. Student-centered learning […]

The Diffusion Of Innovations: Everett Rogers

Can a rural sociologist who studied animal husbandry in the 1950s have anything to say about the way high-tech products are accepted into the marketplace? […]

How to Develop Yourself as a Learning Professional

The world is constantly changing and, as a learning professional, your role is constantly evolving. To remain relevant and have a positive impact in your […]

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