Social Media is Increasing Anxiety, Depression, Especially in Teen Girls. We Need to Talk About it.

Educators should be aware of the mental health challenges that more and more of our young students are dealing with. There is a growing body […]

The Importance of Parental Involvement for Student Success

There is robust research about the different factors that influence student achievement. While teacher skill and communication is important, there are a number of influential […]

Your Child Doesn’t Want to be a Programmer? That’s Fine — But They Still Need STEM

Image Source If you’re a parent of a student, or an educator, or even a student or recent graduate yourself, you’ve likely been hearing a […]

Ed Tech’s Role in Meeting the Growing Demand for Data Science Programs

Image Source Demand for data scientists is accelerating. As a result of the significant increase in demand for data literate talent, academic institutions are rushing […]

Top of Mind Podcast – Exploring Student Success

The Tambellini Group is a leading market research and advisory firm for higher education. They've been sharing insights and ideas through their Top of Mind blog […]

Why the Future Is Arriving Faster Than You Think

Republished with permission from Singularity Hub, under CC BY-ND 4.0 licensing. People have no idea how fast the world is changing. So said Peter Diamandis […]

Tips from Online Schooling Parents: How to Schedule Your Student’s Workday to Break Up the Monotony

Students Using Online Schooling Need to Know How to Manage Their Day There are several benefits associated with online schooling—greater flexibility and individualized lessons, for […]

5 “Spooky” Tech Trends – From AI Dreams to Virtual Influencers

The smart folks over at Enlightened Digital shared this fun and frightening infographic, in the Halloween spirit. Seriously though, this is some spooky tech! Audio […]

5G Wireless May be Harmful to Humans, so why is the US Rushing to Roll it Out?

5G wireless is going to require that we put antennas everywhere (it can't penetrate walls), which means we will all be significantly exposed to it. […]

9 Ways to use Content Curation Tools in the Classroom

Image Source  As the relationship between education and technology continues to grow, check out 9 ways teachers and students can use content curation tools like […]

5 Ways Having Good Writing Skills can Change Your Life As a Student

Good writing skills remain a vital requirement for employment and advancement, so I welcome the occasional blog post on the subject. Hopefully teachers will share […]

3 Posts That I Hope You Didn’t Miss Over The Summer

We all need some down time. Hopefully you got some this summer! Here are a few things I wanted to share with you. I know […]

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