Want to Help Change the World One Student at a Time? Teach Them About Confirmation Bias

I have written several pieces over the last year or so sharing my concerns about the ways in which digital media are being exploited to manipulate […]

5 Problems to Address Before Ed Tech Can Eradicate Income Inequality

It is well documented that there is a correlation between education and income. Well-educated people tend to earn more than uneducated people do. Increasing global […]

Introverted Students: 5 Tips on How to Engage Them Gently

Today's guest post is not about an edtech topic (although tech tools can provide some great opportunities for introverts to express themselves!), but I thought […]

SAM Labs STEAM Kits Have an Impressive Capacity for Creative, Fun Learning

The folks at SAM Labs reached out a while ago and asked if I would be interested in checking out one of their STEAM kits. […]

Exploring Writable Paper-Digital Slates (Anyone Tried Any of These?)

In a recent discussion with a colleague, the concept of writable slates with a paper overlay came up. I'm honestly not entirely sure what these […]

How to Publish a Paid Course Using WizIQ

WizIQ Virtual Classroom and LMS software has been used by over 400,000 educators globally. WizIQ comes with an integrated eCommerce to collect payments online. You […]

You Need to be Available to Meet With Your Students. How can Technology Help?

The time we spend in school has a huge impact on our lives. It is in these environments that we get exposed to new things, […]

EdTech Security Evolved: Multi-Factor Authentication

I know that a security-specific topic like this is not really something most educators have cause to be particularly interested in, but this is something […]

How Are Cryptocurrencies Impacting College Students?

Students are Exploring Crytocurrencies as Learners, Investors, and Entrepreneurs Not long ago, Forbes published an article featuring former University of Michigan student, Kyle Winstanley. He […]

Online Charter Schools: 3 Reasons Why They Fail And What Could Be Done About It

Some Students Have Thrived, But These Charters Are Failing At Scale “I was a real daydreamer at school, gazing out of the window and losing […]

Use JotForm Cards to Collect More Actionable Data for your Classroom

JotForm, a popular online form creation software, has been a handy data collection tool in classrooms for several years. But now they have JotForm Cards, […]

Homework, Academic Achievement, and How Much is Too Much?

What is the Right Amount of Homework to Make it a Positive, Rather than a Negative Experience? I've written here and elsewhere about the negative […]

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