7 Outside of the box ideas for teaching students who don’t like writing

Writing is seen as the topmost skill to master by students. Case in point, most Higher Education institutions require strong writing abilities. It’s no wonder […]

Captain of a hook: 10 engaging lesson introduction ideas

This post is written by Megan Diede and Kara Risby. Megan and Kara both currently teach primary at Prairie Wind Elementary in Gillette, Wyoming. They […]

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Guest post: Digital Literacy for Students: What Is Important to Learn?

Digital literacy is one of the main skills that every person should have in the 21st century. This is because our communicating, working, studying, and […]

Guest post: What You Can Do to Help Your Child Prepare for High School

Transitioning from primary school to high school is essential for a lot of reasons. For kids not staying in the same school, it means transitioning […]

Going back to school face-to-face: 10 tips

After enduring remote learning, teachers and students are heading back to the classroom. Here are some things to keep in mind. After more than a […]

Four Criteria to Consider When Comparing Courseware

The number of courseware options available to higher education increases each year. While more options can be a good thing, it makes it difficult for […]

Small Shifts in Teacher Talk Make a Big Difference - ASCD Inservice

Small Shifts in Teacher Talk Make a Big Difference - ASCD Inservice: Consider the language you...

Put the “A” Back in “Teach”: Using Technology to Liberate the Teaching Experience

Adaptive courseware is used successfully across diverse higher education settings. Enterprises including philanthropic organizations such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have supported studies […]

So what? So that!

So what? Such a useful question to ask when it comes to thinking about what you can do and then perhaps should do with technology […]

Socially Construct Your Teaching Practice

Summer is here (feeling the heat!), and hopefully, you can set aside a bit of time to spend on developing yourself professionally! In the School […]

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