Screen Time Can Help or Harm Youngsters. How Much is Too Much? What are Best Uses?

How Young is Too Young for Screen Time? When They Are on Devices, What Should They be Doing? One of the things that I find […]

12 Cool Technologies “The Jetsons” Predicted For 2062 That We Have Right Now

Image Source This fun family cartoon was ahead of its time. Technology is now ahead of its imagined predictions. The futuristic family cartoon The Jetsons […]

Scottish SPCA Partners with Robo Wunderkind to Teach Kids About Animals

Organization if Educating Students About Animals and Raising Awareness With Small, Fun Programmable Robots The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Scottish […]

IntoMath: A More Structured and Targeted Approach to Learning Math Online

As a parent who has paid $60 per session for math tutoring, I thought this was a resource worth sharing. There are free demonstration lessons […]

Create Compelling Reads with the Kabookey Multimedia E-book Ecosystem

Kabookey™ delivers what an interactive e-book should be. E-learning has come a long way. Rapid e-learning tools have evolved over the years, and with them, […]

Digital Footprints: 10 Steps for Making the Most of One’s Professional Online Presence

Image Source Students, Educators, and Professionals of all Stripes Can Learn, Share, Connect, and Enhance Their Professional Presence by Leveraging These Techniques We often remind […]

Digital Distractions in the Classroom: 4 Ways Instructional Technology Can Help

Technology has brought a crucial paradox into the lives of students: The same gadgets that help them complete their work are also their biggest distraction […]

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 […]

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