The technology revolution transforming education

The technology revolution transforming education

A revolution is happening in education. The instigator? Technology. Just as workforces around the world are being transformed by devices and the cloud, so too are our classrooms – from kindergarten all the way to university research labs. In May 2017 in New York, Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO, spoke about the transformative power of technology in education .

First-Year Teachers More Confident in Tech but Use It Less Than Experienced Teachers

First-Year Teachers More Confident in Tech but Use It Less Than Experienced Teachers — THE Journal

Research New data from a survey of more than 37,000 educators revealed that first-year teachers aren’t using tech in the classroom as much as their more experienced colleagues even though they have a higher opinion of their own technological abilities.

How Important is use of Technology in Education

How Important is use of Technology in Education

We have been using technology so much these days in each and every domain of our lives, be it education or the regular household work, that have we ever taken out a second to wonder if it’s leaving a positive impact on our work or it’s just that we have been relying too much on it that we’ve become habitual to it, ignoring the direction of its impact?

12 Potential Education Technology Implementation Pitfalls and Ways to Avoid Them

12 Potential Education Technology Implementation Pitfalls and Ways to Avoid Them

I originally wrote this piece back in 2012 for inclusion in a collaborative effort that celebrated the 5 year anniversary of the popular website and “Ning” at Classroom20.com. Numerous authors published articles that become chapters in a book that was ultimately published in the form of a digital collection on Scribd.

When Quality Instruction and Technology Intersect

Newton’s New Law of Teaching: When Quality Instruction and Technology Intersect (EdSurge News)

In 1687, Sir Isaac Newton described his laws of universal gravitation and motion in Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. While he was clearly contemplating something other than interactions between teachers and students, his Second Law (Law of Motion) posits that Force equals Mass tim