How Gamification Through Mobile Apps Can Improve Student Engagement

Elementary education in the 19th century was just about teaching children some basic learning, usually the ability to read. When the 20th century came, the […]

Resources for Learning More About Small Programmable Robots for the STEM Classroom

Image Source A teacher reached out the other day to inquire as to whether EmergingEdTech sells STEM robots. We don't. But this made me curious […]

LearnPick Recommends 6 Of The Best Science Apps For Kids

The smartphone can be a powerful learning tool. In this article, we are going to discuss seven of the finest science apps kids can explore and […]

Catering to Today’s Learners with Mobile Apps for K-12 eLearning

K-12 education today needs to cater to the learning style of Gen Z, the generation of “digital natives.” In fact, research shows that 51% of […]

Effective Uses of EdTech: Practicing Spaced Repetition for Improved Memory

The best uses of education technology are not about the technology – they're about teaching and learning. Technology can be a powerful tool, but it's […]

Exploring Messenger Kids – a Fun, Safe Messaging App Parents can Control with Ease

Free New Video Messaging App for Kids is Safe and Fun The folks over at WeAreTeachers asked me to check out this new offering from […]

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 […]

Project Chimera: a Live Virtual Classroom Mixing Face to Face and Distance Learning

Combining Virtual and Face-to-Face Learning is the Ultimate ‘Blended Learning' Imagine teaching in a face to face classroom that includes a few monitors that display […]

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 […]

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 […]

If You Teach a Language, You Need to Know About the Extempore App

Create speaking assignments and get your students talking in minutes with the speaking practice app™ I recently talked with Carlos Seoane, co-founder and CEO of Extempore. […]

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 […]

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