Marcus Green Will See That You Never Switch From Moodle. MoodleMoot UK & Ireland 2018

With over a decade of experience as a prominent Moodler, being a Moodle HQ alumni, and now serving as a developer at Moodle Partner Titus […]

Fight Cheating With This Moodle Plugin And Chromebook App Combo

Cheating across K-12 districts in the United States feels like an unwinnable fight, according to many faculty and staff. Prominent Moodler Chris Kenniburg (from the Dearborn […]

How simulations take learning to the next level

Students’ hunger for knowledge can’t be satisfied with dry theory only; they need to see how things apply in real life situations. Theories are of […]

What North Carolina Got Right About Personalized Learning

North Carolina has joined many other states by encouraging educators to test personalized and adaptive learning in the classroom. But they've also taken a somewhat […]

Kentucky District Will Introduce Digital Backpacks to Track Student Progress and Stave Off State Intervention

Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) announced this week the “Backpack of Success Skills” initiative. The program, among other things, will help educators and parents stay […]

Using Classroom Display Boards [Infograph]

Advantages of Using Classroom Display Boards  An item that is an integral part of any institute, school, or classroom is a display board. Students, teachers, […]

3 Ways AR works in real-life classrooms

In my last blog on augmented reality I bemoaned the overly enthusiastic predictions that AR will revolutionize the classroom. As a counterpoint, and in the […]

White Students Take More STEM Courses, Earlier

On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released their 2015-2016 Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) report. The government agency has […]

In Light of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, Will Anyone Revisit Google’s Data Collection in G Suite for Education?

"Google is still doing some data collection and they’re pretty open about it. They’re collecting data for their own purposes to improve their products or […]

Following Google’s G Suite for Education Privacy Agreement Is No Picnic

Considering the news this month concerning Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, eLearning Inside News recently decided to take another look at an example of data collection […]

Skepticism of Personalized Learning Is on the Rise

“What’s going on is not simply the matching of teaching and level; it’s an adult that that student wants to impress and understand, and it’s […]

Using VR In the Classroom Is Cheaper Than You Think. With BYOD, You Can Make It Happen for Under $10/Student.

You’ll want to maximize screen resolution on your viewing devices. Just about every VR headset places the phone just an inch or in front of […]

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