Apple Education updates 2018

So Apple recently had a huge Keynote in Chicago that shared some great updates to both software and hardware to support education.  The updates included […]

"I look forward to the day when instead of saying ‘That was a good use of technology in that..."

“I look forward to the day when instead of saying ‘That was a good use of technology in...

Does listening to preferred music improve reading comprehension performance?

Does listening to preferred music improve reading comprehension performance?: This sounds like a...

Future Ready Schools® Releases New Guide for Districts Looking to Blend Teaching with Technology

WASHINGTON, DC—In conjunction with the seventh annual Digital Learning Day, Future Ready Schools®...

What’s the difference between serious games, educational games, and game-based learning?

This question keeps coming up. Here’s a handy table to help. This is an updated version of the table I created back in 2015. Note: […]

What’s the difference between serious games, educational games, and game-based learning? Episode 2

I recently posted a table explaining the differences between games, serious games, educational, games, GBL, etc.   I thought a concrete example might help to […]

Assessment and Test Question brown bag lunches

Do you want help writing your quiz or exam questions? Do you have questions about your questions? Come and join your peers and Dr. Kim […]

Impact and student use of lecture recording

Lecture recording is becoming more established in Higher Education with 71% of institutions reporting using it in 2016 (UCISA, 2016) and many moving towards an […]

Discussion Board Issues from Laura March and Mark Anthoney, Instructional Designers

Mark Anthoney and Laura March, members of the Instructional Designer to Instructional Designer group have created a fabulous infographic resources to help fix discussion board […]

Media Literacy Explained for Teachers

edtechhub: January 10, 2018 With the pervasive spread of the Internet and web technologies,...

Learning Glass

The Center for Innovative Learning now offers faculty the Learning Glass, a transparent glass board, to enhance their instruction.  Contact the CIL at [email protected]  for […]

How to Teach Your Kids to Spot Fake News

How to Teach Your Kids to Spot Fake News: Critical thinking. It should be as mandatory as Science...

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