Incorporating Equity and Inclusion in Early Childhood Curriculum

By: Karla Manning, PhDSchool Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

The Value of Authentic Materials for Creating Relevant, Meaningful Learning Experiences in the World Language Classroom

In the following article, Melanie Mello, language teacher and ACTFL Teacher of the Year finalist, discusses how authentic cultural materials that reflect a language learner’s […]

Increased access doesn’t have to mean increased risk

With digital content so easily available, it’s important for educators to understand common misconceptions about copyright law and fair use.

Is the Future of Student Reading Digital?

Our recent annual study of student reading habits found that digital reading doubled in 2020, but will the trend continue, or is it an artifact […]

picoCTF, the Largest K-12 Online Hacking Competition, Kicks Off Today

For decades, there has been strong overlap between video gaming and computer science. While eSports have exploded in popularity, hacking and cybersecurity skills competitions have […]

Schools Are Building Permanent Remote Learning Capabilities, Even as Vaccines Roll Out

The Bozeman School District in Montana is worried about losing learners to private charter schools. The Kingsway Regional School District in New Jersey has recognized […]

4 Online museums you can bring in the classroom

A few weeks ago, I watched the movie “Night at the Museum” with my family again, and I realized that one of the fondest memories […]

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 […]

A spotlight on Open Education: A nation-wide school without walls

At Moodle, we believe education should be recognised as a fundamental human right and everyone deserves to have easy access to comprehensive, quality education. Our […]

T-Mobile Hopes to Close the Schoolwork Gap with Free Data and Hotspots for Schools

T-Mobile is on a mission to connect students across the country. The telecom provider has launched an initiative to provide reliable tools like internet access, […]

COVID-19 Increased Security Gaps in K-12 Schools. Here’s How to Fix Them.

Pre-COVID, when schools were functioning “normally,” K-12 information security proficiency varied greatly from district to district. Larger school districts tended to employ dedicated cybersecurity professionals, […]

Teachers vs. Parents: Who Knows What’s Best for Students?

While in the midst of a pandemic, many educators and parents have one question in mind: how efficient will online learning be for students this […]

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