3 educational websites for history and social studies [educatorstechnology.com]

3 educational websites for history and social studies — from educatorstechnology.com Excerpt: Below are three websites we are featuring in our blog for the first time. […]

Some scenes from a wonderful, artistic, creative “Bitmoji Classroom” [Clay, Young, Thomas, Smith, Koch, & Verddugo]

From DSC: Our oldest daughter showed me a “Bitmoji Classroom” that her mentor teacher — Emily Clay — uses as her virtual classroom. Below are […]

Saving — and Enhancing — Music Education With Online Learning [Washington]

Saving — and Enhancing — Music Education With Online Learning — from edcircuit.com by D. Travis Washington Excerpt (emphasis DSC): I teach Choir and lead […]

What’s causing the kinks in the “cognitive hoses” out there? How can we remove them? [Christian]

STEAM: STEM plus Arts, for a more enriching learning experience

The ideal of the Renaissance man, the polymath with expertise in a wide range of fields, is long gone. We live in an era of […]

As with most things, it takes practice…practice…practice. [Christian re: edtech]

Reflections on “Present & accounted for? Coronavirus-related school closures create attendance challenges” [Jacobson]

Present and accounted for? Coronavirus-related school closures create attendance challenges — from educationdive.com by Linda Jacobson Experts say regardless of the method used to track […]

Musical Mentors collaborative mobilizes and expands in response to pandemic [Jones]

Musical Mentors collaborative mobilizes and expands in response to pandemic — with thanks to Bristol Jones for this resource/information Organization connects musicians in need of […]

Teacher quality scores change depending on students, schoolTeacher effectiveness is dependent on the...

Teacher quality scores change depending on students, schoolTeacher effectiveness is dependent on the...

4 Tips for teachers to make the most of edtech

Education technology and its use in the classroom has now become essential. Every school and every classroom has to find what works best for their […]

Striking the perfect balance between online and offline learning

Edtech has always been a fascinating field of study. Teachers and developers alike have jointly explored new ideas and tried new hardware and software in […]

Could/would an AI — working with a cloud-based learner profile — help here? [Christian]

Temperament-Inclusive Pedagogy: Helping Introverted and Extraverted Students Thrive in a Changing Educational Landscape — from onlinelearningconsortium.org by Mary R. Fry Excerpt (emphasis DSC): So how […]

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