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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The GrammarFlip Story: Significant Assessment Improvements in the Flipped ELA Classroom

GrammarFlip took shape in my middle-school English/Language Arts classroom when I was awarded a grant to develop an online curriculum that leveraged the use of […]

LearnPick Recommends 6 Of The Best Science Apps For Kids

The smartphone can be a powerful learning tool. In this article, we are going to discuss seven of the finest science apps kids can explore and […]

The Best Uses of EdTech: Providing Students CHOICE

The Engaging Power of Choice… Lately, I've been focusing on the relationship between education technology and student success. Just last week, this article in Campus […]

First-Generation College Students are not Succeeding in College, and Money Isn’t Necessarily the Problem

While this is not a technology topic, it is a topic that resonates with me. At The College of Westchester, we serve a large percentage […]

How VR & AR are Transforming Training, Education & Worker Guidance: Sharing Strategies with Raytheon, Applied Materials and More

As with any novel and paradigm-shifting technology, the initial boom of virtual and artificial reality (VR/AR) has seen a vast array of industries attempting to […]

“Learning Styles” Are a Myth

Image Source: www.barefoootTEFLteaher.com How often have you heard educators and others discuss Learning Styles? “I'm a visual learner” “I'm a kinesthetic learner, I have to […]

Desktop Laser 3D or Traditional 3D Printer – What Does Your Makerspace Need?

Consider four simple questions…  The ultimate fundraiser. The ultimate hands-on project. Entrepreneurship in the class. STEAM brought to life. There’s a reason schools are bringing […]

What Does ‘Fair Use’ Mean When Talking About Copyrighted Material?

Image Source Working with fellow educators regularly, I know that we can all use an occasional refresher on Fair Use! – KW Copyright law bestows […]

Developing Effective Digital Learning Content: Text OR Speech, Not Both at Same Time

Also: Write OR Listen, not Both (re: Note-taking) This weekend I listened to Vicki Davis‘ podcast with Dr. Jared Cooney Horvath, “Neuroscience Research: 5 Ways […]

Catering to Today’s Learners with Mobile Apps for K-12 eLearning

K-12 education today needs to cater to the learning style of Gen Z, the generation of “digital natives.” In fact, research shows that 51% of […]

Effective Uses of EdTech: Practicing Spaced Repetition for Improved Memory

The best uses of education technology are not about the technology – they're about teaching and learning. Technology can be a powerful tool, but it's […]

4 Ways Artificial Intelligence is Changing The Classroom

Where cultural zeitgeist is concerned, artificial intelligence is both today’s ultimate breakthrough technology and a bit of a buzzword. It is, however, changing many facets […]

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