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4 Ways to promote collaboration in digital spaces

As we prepare for spring, it is always good to have some new ideas to promote student engagement and foster more collaboration in the classroom. […]

Foster student agency with these online tools

Education is not a one-way street. It implies joint efforts from both teachers and students to reach the desired outcomes. Moreover, the process of teaching […]

5 More principles of effective instruction adapted for online teaching

In a previous post, we discussed the first five principles of effective instruction as outlined in Principles of Instruction by Barak Rosenshine. The guidelines, which […]

Actionable advice for school leaders on how to create an effective teacher training program

Today’s classrooms have more devices, more educational software, more opportunities to differentiate learning based on various student needs, and educators are under more pressure to […]

6 Ways to support spatial reasoning skills online

With much of the emphasis on verbal and math aptitudes because they are measured on mandatory standardized testing, spatial reasoning is not a priority in […]

5 Basic copyright rules for students and teachers

For teachers, the freedom to create their content and use it in the classroom is a great experience. Each teacher has their own manner of […]

8 Benefits of using microlearning when teaching students online

Learning has always seemed a little bit magical. When a student learns something new, you can actually see a physical reaction: maybe they raise their […]

4 Reasons why an LMS is a perfect solution for digital minimalism

For most of human history, the majority of people didn’t own much: a set of clothes, tools to work the field, and the basic things […]

Should we radically change the way we teach digital citizenship?

February 9th, 2021, marks the 18th edition of Safer Internet Day, a day to come “together for a better internet,” which is more important than […]

3 Ways in which edtech enables hybrid learning

A version of this post was originally published on December 3rd, 2020, in Education IT Reporter. Worldwide, schools and universities are now, like never before, […]

4 Scenarios for the new normal of education

Education is undergoing a historical moment. We may not notice the magnitude of the changes brought by the pandemic, but it’s obvious that things are […]

7 Ways to explore and create with Augmented and Virtual Reality

As we begin a new year, it is always fun to explore new ideas in our classroom. Finding ideas that work, whether in-person, hybrid, or […]

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