With E-learning, School Districts are Building the Foundation for Better Learning Outcomes

  When Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker ordered schools closed throughout the state in response to the coronavirus pandemic, sending home millions of students to learn […]

5 Reasons Kids Are Being Enrolled in K-12 Online Schools

BTW – this piece has nothing to do with the remote teaching movement happening as a result of the spreading coronavirus – KW The Internet […]

6 Research-Backed Study Techniques

Study Wisely. Use Techniques that are Proven. Being in academia is no easy task. Whether you’re a student or an educator, managing your time to […]

Credential Engine is a Foundational Building Block for Expanded Recognition of Learning Credentials

Paving the Way for Enhanced Recognition of Microcredentials and More Learning credentials come in all shapes and sizes today, ranging from digital badges to doctoral […]

Debunking Remote Learning Myths

Online learning continues to grow and expand with more and more students taking more online courses every year. With experienced educators opting to go the […]

Intelligent Tutoring Systems (a Decades-old Application of AI in Education)

While “AIED” may seem relatively new, a deeper look shows us it has been developing for over half a century In the last few years, […]

Using a Social Annotation Platform for Pre-Class Reading Assignments

This effective use of digital technology can be applied to flipped, blended, and traditional classroom learning In last week's Future Trends Forum, guest Robert Talbert […]

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 […]

The GrammarFlip Story: Significant Assessment Improvements in the Flipped ELA Classroom

GrammarFlip took shape in my middle-school English/Language Arts classroom when I was awarded a grant to develop an online curriculum that leveraged the use of […]

The Best Uses of EdTech: Providing Students CHOICE

The Engaging Power of Choice… Lately, I've been focusing on the relationship between education technology and student success. Just last week, this article in Campus […]

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 […]

Here’s How Engaging Digital Tools Level the Playing Field

Six years ago, my school, Ames High School went one-to-one and handed every student a laptop. This was a major shift for many of our […]

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