9 Things Teachers Need if the United States Ever Wants Another Globally Competitive Generation

9 Things Teachers Need If the U.S. Ever Wants Another Globally Competitive Generation

I write a lot about teachers and teaching. This is motivated by two things: One, I’m passionate about education, and two, I’m worried about education. Lately I’ve been writing a lot more about the latter. Here’s what’s happening: Good teachers are leaving. States won’t fix the reasons why teachers are leaving.


Technology Makes a Difference for Elementary Learning – TCEA Blog

Finding research that definitively proves that the use of computers/technology makes a difference in learning has been difficult, primarily due to the many variables that exist when it comes to how students master content. However, there is one powerful study that proves that technology should be used by students at the lower grades.

Teaching Students about Their Digital Footprints

Teaching Students about Their Digital Footprints

Our students live in an online world. They’re emotionally and physically attached to their devices and many of their relationships exist within technology. As educators, there are many ways that we have had to adapt to this changing landscape of communication within our teaching, and when I look around my institution, I think we’re doing a remarkable job at keeping up with the rapid pace of change.

Revamping Social and Emotional Learning: How Technology Can Change Soft Skills Education

Revamping Social and Emotional Learning with Technology

During formative years, it’s important to extend students’ learning beyond just typical academics. Social and emotional learning (SEL) helps students develop emotional intelligence and create long-lasting impact outside of the classroom. It’s a phrase thrown around a lot these days. But what does it mean?

Promising uses of technology in education in poor, rural and isolated communities around the world

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One persistent challenge for educational policymakers and planners related to the potential use of informational and communication technologies (ICTs) in remote, low income communities around the world is that most products, services, usage models, expertise, and research related to ICT use in education come from high-income contexts and environments.

The future of curricula design: knowledge vs. intelligence

The future of curricula design: knowledge vs. intelligence | ELTjam

Is it possible we’re about to see a big change in the way we approach curricula design? In a world where Artificial Intelligence (AI) machines can access, deliver and learn an almost infinite amount of information in a matter of milliseconds, does it really make sense to be teaching students facts and figures?