3 Types of Technology in the Classroom that Actually Help

Remember when powerpoint was the height of teaching sophistication? Sigh. Technology in the classroom was manageable in those days. But today, new classroom technology zips […]

5 Ways to Make an Awesome Classroom Video

Whether you already use video in your courses or you’re trying it out for the first time, it helps to know and review the classroom […]

How Third Parties Can Collect Student Data Without Parental or Individual Consent

With each new semester and school year, educators are constantly seeking to determine how they can improve their teaching methods and learning outcomes. And in […]

Educators Harness Virtual Reality to Enhance Special Needs Education

Many instructors in the field of special needs education have likely heard of virtual reality (VR) and its uses for learners with physical or mental […]

‘Creators, Not Consumers’: How a Washington Middle School Class Scanned a Virtual Museum

In partnership with the nearby For Vancouver National Historic Site, he and computer science teacher Cindy Hagin have led students through numerous VR-based projects. The […]

Technology in The Classroom: Decoding the Pros and Cons

Technology can often be compared to a double-edged sword. It can be leveraged as a powerful tool to educate, liberate and illuminate people, but if […]

In Light of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, Will Anyone Revisit Google’s Data Collection in G Suite for Education?

"Google is still doing some data collection and they’re pretty open about it. They’re collecting data for their own purposes to improve their products or […]

Following Google’s G Suite for Education Privacy Agreement Is No Picnic

Considering the news this month concerning Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, eLearning Inside News recently decided to take another look at an example of data collection […]

Skepticism of Personalized Learning Is on the Rise

“What’s going on is not simply the matching of teaching and level; it’s an adult that that student wants to impress and understand, and it’s […]

Make easy-to-understand visualizations with Vizzlo

  Everybody gets exposed to about 174-newspapers-worth of data on a daily basis*, but how much of that actually catches our attention? Adults and children […]

Using VR In the Classroom Is Cheaper Than You Think. With BYOD, You Can Make It Happen for Under $10/Student.

You’ll want to maximize screen resolution on your viewing devices. Just about every VR headset places the phone just an inch or in front of […]

Google Lit Trips Bring Novels Down to Earth

"There’s a Google Lit Trip point for that which says something like, oh you thought things were cheap back then? Well let’s do the math. […]

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