High School Student Creates Successful MentorBuddies Program

High School Junior Eli Richmond has Created and Launched a Program to Connect Parents of Young Kids With Well Qualified High School Mentors Eli Richmond […]

3 Innovative Ways to Address Chronic Absenteeism

More than 1 million school days – this is the number lost during the 2015-16 school year due to chronic absenteeism. According to the U.S. […]

It’s all GOOD – 8 Sites Sharing Good News

Sometimes We Can All Use Some Good News One great irony of the World Wide Web is that the wonder of “information at our fingertips” […]

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 […]

“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 […]

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 […]

How Will IoT Change the Education Sphere?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a revolutionary change taking place right under our noses that promises to transform a myriad of sectors including education. […]

Making Learning Spaces That Inspire and Engage

Educator and thought leader, Dr. Jennifer Jones is the founder of Green Ivy Schools. She is a thought leader in education innovation. One of Jennifer's key […]

5 Ways to Improve Online Discussion Boards

When it comes to online classes, discussion boards typically form a vital crux of group participation. It is through this medium that students share their […]

Loving our Kids to Failure – How Generous Grading Can Hurt Students

Educators are the conductors of the classroom, guiding instruction and parent and student expectations. A teacher's assessment process is the foundational component informing all three […]

Mental Health and Teachers: Why More Needs to Be Done

While this is not an “ed tech” topic, I thought it was important to share. I think we've all known friends and family who have […]

7 Things That Can Spoil Your Relationships With Your Students

Teaching should be about guiding and inspiring your students, not punishing them Has something like this ever happened to you? You’re about to start a […]

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