4 Practical Ways to Learn a Language through TV and Movies

Image Source When I first read this suggested topic title I groaned, thinking of those teachers who too easily resort to showing a TV program […]

Mass Online Schooling Seems to Have Eased Bullying. Here’s why.

Image source School bullies have been the scourge of classrooms since the beginning of organized education. It's such a pervasive issue that the US federal […]

Using Technology to Teach the Complex Science of Climate Change

The world of education is no stranger to controversy. Every year, you'll find a splashy headline about how different school districts teach different versions of […]

5 Ways Certifications and Online Learning can Benefit Students’ Careers

As a modern educator, your goal is not only to instill knowledge, but to do it in the most efficient, personalized, and effective way. You […]

How Remote Learning is Preparing Students for Jobs of the Future

There’s no doubt that the world looks far different today than it did just a year ago. For so many of us, the outbreak of […]

A Simple, Low-Tech Approach to Improving Engagement While Teaching Remotely

So here we are in 2021 and most of us are still teaching remotely, at least part of the time. I know one pretty universal […]

FlyOnTheWallApprentice – Bringing the Apprenticeship into the 21st Century

Exploring an emerging twist on an age old educational and professional development practice. When I ask people what they know about apprenticeships, I get a […]

How Educators Can Master Working in a Hybrid Learning Environment

A day in the life of an educator is chaotic, time-poor and exhausting. Between online classes, student-teacher 1:1s, parent-teacher conferences, teacher appraisals and faculty/staff meetings, […]

How Technology is Redefining Speech-Language Pathology

Few professions have been untouched by the rapid innovation and transformation of technology – and speech-language pathology is no exception. When digital tools and technologies […]

Latent Learning: What It Is and How to Use It in the Classroom

Image credit: Unsplash Imagine the following situation. Let’s say that every time you go back home from work, there are two routes that you can […]

Educational Technology & Accessibility in the Age of COVID

Image Source: Unsplash This year has been a year of change, and that’s putting it lightly. It’s been a year of change, especially for children […]

Why We Should Teach That There are More Tech Careers Than Just Coding and Computers

While teaching at a CodeChangers Tech Camp for children and teens, I was making rounds in a microcontrollers coding workshop (i.e., micro:bits). Stopping at a […]

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