Here Is A Great Tool to Enhance Students Digital Literacy Skills

Here Is A Great Tool to Enhance Students Digital Literacy Skills

A few days ago we featured a number of interesting applications teachers can use to integrate Augmented Reality (AR) in their instruction. In today’s post we are adding another equally important resource, a platform called CoSpaces Edu. Using their coding skills, students can use CoSpaces Edu to design their own 3D creations and explore them in Virtual or Augmented reality.

3 Augmented Reality Apps Teachers Should Know About

3 Augmented Reality Apps Teachers Should Know about

Augmented Reality (AR) technologies have opened up an entire world of possibilities for teachers and educators. From organizing virtual field trips to setting up simulated virtual laboratories, AR is reshaping teaching and learning in unprecedented ways. In today’s post, we are sharing with you three applications that leverage the power of AR technologies for educational purposes.

Critical thinking is a 21st-century essential

Critical thinking is a 21st-century essential – here’s how to help kids learn it

This post is part of TED’s “How to Be a Better Human” series, each of which contains a piece of helpful advice from someone in the TED community; browse through all the posts here. We all want the young people in our lives to thrive, but there’s no clear consensus about what will best put them on the path to future success.

5 online discussion tools to fuel student engagement

5 online discussion tools to fuel student engagement

Creating a classroom community where meaningful conversations can happen isn’t easy-it’s an ongoing process that takes time. But using online discussion tools can be one great way to help your students build these skills. Plus, the ability to engage in online discussions responsibly is a great 21st-century skill in and of itself.

Video Assignments Are the New Term Paper

Video Assignments Are the New Term Paper. How Does That Change Teaching and Learning? – EdSurge News

This semester I’m teaching a graduate seminar on education and technology for Georgetown University. Over the next two months, I’ll share the experience and highlights in a series of columns for EdSurge with highlights from the course. This is part 3. Read part 1 and part 2 .

5 Classroom Strategies to Support Multimodal Learning

5 Classroom Strategies to Support Multimodal Learning | Getting Smart

On the first day of school, I’m sure students were expecting the usual “Let’s go around the room and introduce ourselves” spill. Instead, they entered the classroom only to see red cups face down on each of their desks. I asked, “Has anyone ever heard of the from the movie, Pitch Perfect?”