EmergingEdTech focuses on engaging student and improving learning outcomes through the use of Internet and instructional technologies. This popular blog has been sharing and enabling the never ending education technology learning journey since 2009 and is continuously evolving to meet the needs of teachers, administrators, educational technologists and others interested in how the convergence of technology and teaching and learning can best benefit students all over the world.

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Sharing Some Higher Ed Scholarship Opportunities

While this is certainly not my typical fare for the sight, soeone sent a list of solid scholarships they wanted to promote and I don't […]

Numbers Don’t Lie: Why Microlearning is Better for Your Learners (and You too)

Image source While we all have different learning styles, most people get easily bored and disengaged when dealing with long, traditional training or courses.  And […]

5 Ways to Help Students Stressed by Assessment

Adopt formative assessment practices – emphasis on assessment should focus on using data to help students learn The combination of the Delta variant and back-to-school […]

Can Artificial Intelligence Help Prevent Teacher Burnout?

A study by the University of Pennsylvania reports that 44% of teachers leave the profession in the first five years. Teachers spend hours each day […]

10 Podcasts That Are Highly Recommended for Teachers

With the 2021-2022 school year getting started, some of you may be looking for fresh ideas, inspiration, or just the comfort of listening to others […]

Four Common Myths Dispelled About College Student Support Resources

At The College of Westchester, supporting our students is a vital  part of what we do. All students deserve access to support resources, at the […]

7 Ways TikTok Can Be Used to Encourage Learning

Image by Stefan Coders from Pixabay For some teachers, using TikTok in the classroom seems an unappealing idea. It serves as a distraction for the […]

Guide for Setting Up Virtual Guest Speakers in the Classroom

One of the most interesting aspects of edtech is not necessarily the technology itself. Rather, it’s the way schools and teachers are utilizing it to […]

Top 10 Google Docs Add-ons For Writing

As an educator, you will likely be doing a lot of writing, as will your students. This writing can be anything from class notes to […]

How a Struggling Undergrad Became a Focused University Educator and Trained Her Brain to Do Her Work Well

“If you can't focus, use FocusMe.” This is what Elena Luchina, Lecturer at University of Michigan, was advised when she presented her course syllabus to […]

The Need for Critical Thinking: Disinformation in Modern Society and How to Deal With It

The Complex Problem of Disinformation in Modern Society It’s official – more than 90% of Americans now rely mainly on online sources to get their […]

Clubhouse And Education: New App Has Exciting Potential For Today’s Educators

Have you heard the buzz? Maybe you are on the waitlist already, or maybe you have already explored the brand-new social media app Clubhouse. This […]

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