New Adobe Study Highlights the Need for Creative Problem Solving in School

But when most people hear reports of an incoming tsunami, they get to high ground. In terms of automation, that means learning how to remain […]

A Coalition Is Creating International Standards for Flipped Learning

According to the most recent data compiled by the Flipped Learning Global Initiative, as much as 80% of educators using the approach are 3-5 years […]

How ECOT, Once the Largest Virtual Charter School in the U.S., Went Belly-Up Overnight

Last month, the one-time largest single virtual charter school in the U.S., Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT), closed abruptly. During a review of the 2015-2016 […]

Top 4 reasons why 1:1 programs fail

There is among K-12 schools a veritable on-rush to put a device in the hands of every student; a laudable and necessary ambition. However, while […]

An Emirati City Is Giving Tablets to Every K-2 Learner As Part of its Lughati Initiative

Launched in 2013, the Lughati initiative has already provided thousands of tablets to Kindergarten and 1st grade students, along with teaching resources for their teachers. […]

Indiana Introduces Pilot Program for Remote High School Students to Take Any AP Course Online

Many online educators and virtual high schools already offer remote AP courses. But students will have to jump through a few hoops if they hope […]

Hong Kong Will Maintain Internet Connectivity Subsidies for Households with Young Learners

While the digital divide and issues regarding internet connectivity continue to plague countries around the world, the city of Hong Kong has led the way […]

During eLearning Days, Schools Bridge Digital Divide with Wi-Fi-Equipped Buses

For many on the wrong side of the digital divide, eLearning days are simply not an option. In answer, some districts have begun to come […]

Why Teachers Sell Their Lesson Plans, Assessments, and More

On the other side, teachers can save some serious time by forking out $5 every week for some fresh resources. Samantha Cucu, a middle school […]

Many States Sought to Fight Fake News and Increase Media Literacy in 2017, But None Mandated New Curricula

In the face of this pressure, none of these bills have required media literacy classes outright. Instead, they merely suggest changes, in some cases with […]

5 Ways to use digital storytelling in class

A major buzzword over the last few years, digital storytelling has emerged as a new way to communicate, specifically to communicate personal stories. It is […]

Flipping the elementary school classroom? YES!

Elementary school classrooms do not naturally lend themselves to a flipped or blended environment for a number of reasons. Firstly, there is the trending topic […]