These high school students put together questions to ask historians on Twitter, getting answers that may not be easy to find in their history books.
In a digital classroom, teachers can become worried that no ‘real learning’ is happening, or that they’ve somehow failed to plan sufficiently.
Short, easy-to-create-and-share video isn't hugely different than writing--useful for assessment, collaboration, reflection, and more.
Text modification is changing someone else’s original work to present it as your own--and it requires more time and effort than plain copying and pasting.
Before getting too specific or complex, start with a simple search like "What is transfer?" or "Define project-based learning."
Websites, facebook, and twitter aren’t the only digital tools that can help you keep up with the latest trends, ideas, and resources in education.
G Suite for Education is a set of tools from Google designed to host and distribute digital documents, communication, and collaboration through the cloud.
AI-based tools can be used to build trust between students and their institutions.
eSports competition is facilitated through organized, multiplayer online video game competitions.
We’ve gathered 25 of the top math resources for 2020–a mix of established and all-new tools to support the building of math skills and the grasp of important mathematical concepts.
This Augmented and Virtual Reality framework explores Extended Reality (XR), a term is used to describe AR, VR, and all realities on the mixed reality spectrum.
Technology in classrooms can often allow students with special needs to learn without a special curriculum.