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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Posts by EmergingEdTech

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 […]

Helping Students with Disabilities Thrive in Virtual Learning Environments

Image Source Many of us sorely miss the traditional classroom. From face-to-face interactions with our students to conversations with educators to after-school activities, we’re simply […]

Missouri State University Achieves Student Independence With Note Taking Technology

The Challenge of Note Taking Note taking is one of the most challenging accommodations to provide, and the Disability Resource Center at Missouri State University […]

K-12 Education in 2031: Dramatic Changes Coming

As we complete a second school year dramatically impacted by COVID-19, we should step back and ask what we have learned and what will the […]

3-Step Guide on How to Develop AR/VR E-Learning Resources

Image: Unsplash.com “If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.” – John Dewey Learning is an important aspect of human […]

Concept Mapping: a Powerful Tool for Building Actionable Knowledge

If you use it right… Figure 1: A concept map exploring the core idea of this article Concept mapping was invented by a team around […]

Will Blended Learning be the “New Normal” for Higher Education After COVID-19?

The past year of navigating the pandemic has accelerated many educational trends that had already been gaining speed. One of the most important to the […]

Negative Effects of Continued Hybrid Learning on Younger Children

Image Source While many hope to see a return to more face-to-face learning this coming fall, this piece reminds us how much of a negative […]

Getting Gamification Right: Four Practical Examples to Help

The term ‘Gamification' was coined by computer programmers in 2002 and became trendy in 2009 thanks to Foursquare. By 2011, gamification was considered a buzzword […]

Techniques to Limit Cyber Threats During Online Learning

While some might argue that studying from home is necessary in the current times, some view it as a convenience. You get to absorb the […]

Does Social Media Use Lead to Depression for our Students? Help Prevent it!

Regular reader here know that I've shared a posts about this important topic. Socila media can be such a negative force in our world. In […]

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