Why Using SMS Texting in the Classroom can be a Great Idea

Texting CAN be an Educational Tool Teaching has changed in the last years. Students are more involved in their own learning, having the necessary space […]

Making Math Fun, Accessible, and Real-World Based

Many students dread working with math and have trouble finding the fun in it. As a self-professed “math nerd,” I’m here to tell you that […]

4 Free Sets of Flipped & Blended Learning Tutorials from Matthew Moore and the FLN

First, let me make it clear that I work for the Flipped Learning Network (as their Community Administrator), so yes, I am a “biased” fan and […]

The Best Resources, Sites, and Apps for Your Student Based on Their Learning Style

While there may be growing evidence that the idea of “learning styles” is a myth, Christine from CalPac has put together a great set of resources, and […]

Prepare Your Students to Recognize Disinformation With the “Bad News” Game

Game Hopes to Inoculate Kids Against Disinformation as They Build Their Own Fake News Empire As much of a fan as I am of the […]

Bridging the Gap: Graphic Novels and Reluctant Readers

We live in a visual world where content, including educational content, is often consumed visually in the form of infographics, short videos, and yes, comics. […]

7 Great Tips for Students to Create Successful Study Routines

These Tips and Techniques Can Help You Improve Your Study Habits – Which Work Best for You? Edward Young once said, “Procrastination is the thief […]

7 Fun and Creative Ways for Students to do Research Projects

Giving Student Choice Increases Their Motivation and Buy-in Students thrive when their work coincides with their interests. The great benefit of doing research projects is […]

Getting to Know Perceivant – a Uniquely Effective Approach to Higher Ed Content

Next-Level Content Approach can Make a Big Difference in Student Learning, at no Direct Cost to Schools. Recently, it was my pleasure to talk with […]

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 […]

Top Clubs and Social Spaces to Help Online Students Connect to Their Peers

The Growing Number of Young Students in Online Schools Need to Have Opportunities to Connect Socially and Develop Vital Social Skills For many children, a […]

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