Negative Effects of Continued Hybrid Learning on Younger Children

Image Source While many hope to see a return to more face-to-face learning this coming fall, this piece reminds us how much of a negative […]

The Case for Applying an Entrepreneurial Mindset to Teaching and Remote Learning

I teach high school. But I'm not a teacher. I'm a tech professional who believes in transforming education. This is a story about where high […]

Teaching Critical Thinking with Education Technology

Image Source: Julia M Cameron from Pexels Advanced technology is now available to students at a moment's notice. From smartphones to augmented reality, education is […]

Building Respectful Relationships by Knowing Your Students More

I am proud of maintaining my enthusiasm to teach and inspire students even after 25 years of teaching. In fact, I am comfortable writing that […]

EdTech in the Classroom: Nurturing Skills That Students of Today Need for Jobs of Tomorrow

I misplaced my phone a few days ago, and I went crazy until I could find it. It was almost as if I couldn't function. […]

The Fundamental Five: A Framework for Improving Communication Processes

Over the past weeks, we've been talking with school and district leaders as they continue to navigate these new challenges we're all facing. As students […]

The Pandemic Educator – Retooling Education (Weekly Live Webcast, Resources, Guest Appearance)

Tips for taking your instructional show online and reflections from our experience at The College of Westchester On Friday, April 17th it was my pleasure […]

10 Ways to Use Technology to Enhance Your Students’ Career Development (Hard and Soft Skills)

Technology is an amazing resource for students, but many schools around the globe are struggling to more fully take advantage of its benefits in the […]

5 Reasons Students Today Need Innovative Learning Spaces

When we get through this pandemic, and we will get through it, we'll be thinking differently about how, and where, we educate our students. – […]

How to Get Your Students to Perform Better – the Scientific Approach (Pygmalion Effect)

Teaching can be extremely challenging. Often you find yourself faced with a classroom made up of a diverse student body. Catering to each student’s individual […]

The Bright Side of Remote Teaching and Administration – When Preparation Pays Off

Image Source As a small, nimble, proprietary college, we've been able to stay ahead of the curve and ease the transition to virtual teaching, support, […]

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 […]

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