EmergingEdTech

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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How to Get Your Students to Perform Better – the Scientific Approach (Pygmalion Effect)

Teaching can be extremely challenging. Often you find yourself faced with a classroom made up of a diverse student body. Catering to each student’s individual […]

5 Things Schools Should Do to Help Ensure Student Data Privacy

As we experience this time of increased remote teaching, paying attention to data privacy is more important than ever. Remotely accessing data creates additional opportunities […]

The Top 7 Apps to Boost Student Proactiveness

With students lacking the structure of the traditional school day while staying at home during this period of wide-scale Coronavirus-driven school closures, it is more […]

The Bright Side of Remote Teaching and Administration – When Preparation Pays Off

Image Source As a small, nimble, proprietary college, we've been able to stay ahead of the curve and ease the transition to virtual teaching, support, […]

Free Resources and Tools to help Educators Teach Remotely (Coronavirus)

In these challenging times, many companies are making their tools and resources free to educators and students. I'm collecting resources here to share and will […]

4 Psychology Principles To Leverage In Mobile Apps To Make Learning Fun

Today’s youth is in the centre of an unplanned, extensive experiment, surrounded by digital technologies that were hardly around a decade ago. Mobile apps are […]

5 Reasons Kids Are Being Enrolled in K-12 Online Schools

BTW – this piece has nothing to do with the remote teaching movement happening as a result of the spreading coronavirus – KW The Internet […]

Tackling EdTech Solutions for Student and Teacher Wellness

Mental health is an vital aspect of living a healthy and balanced life. This is especially crucial for students and teachers, as schools tend to […]

5 Key Questions to Prepare Your College for a Potential Coronavirus Closure

1. Are faculty prepared to teach online? The use of Learning Management Systems is pretty universal so you've probably got the platform in place already. […]

SelfCAD is Offering a 60% Discount to Students and Teachers

I'm a big fan of 3D printing, and we've had a few posts from the folks at SelfCAD, so I was open to sharing this […]

6 Research-Backed Study Techniques

Study Wisely. Use Techniques that are Proven. Being in academia is no easy task. Whether you’re a student or an educator, managing your time to […]

Higher Ed Faculty: Your Students Need To Know Their Grades and Get Feedback

Can Your Students See all of Their Grades and the Feedback You've Provided (you did provide feedback, right)? Are You Sure? If you are a […]

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