Leveraging Social Media in Higher Education to Connect Students and Give them Voice and Choice

Social media can be a powerful enabler for students as long as you follow good practices I recently sat with Ken Bauer and had a […]

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 […]

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