While the proliferation of apps might tempt one to scour the app store in search of the perfect app, pedagogy should always precede technology or, in this case, pedagogy should always be the primary consideration.
12 days ago by Amber Chandler
As you begin gearing up for the 2015 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium on November 8-11, we want to make sure you know about some new and exciting opportunities being offered that you’ll definitely want to add to your “must-do” list. This year’s theme is “Connecting Powerful Innovators” and these...
28 days ago by Getting Smart Staff
By: Seth Reichlin, Ph.D & Liane Wardlow, Ph.D. Soon after the iPad launch – Pearson worked with Harris Poll on the first survey about the ownership and use of mobile devices by college students. Three years later, they added a second survey, looking at students in grades 4-12.
one month ago by Guest Author
Today we are recognizing great apps for teachers to share lessons, apps for students to show what they know, Common Core resources, and tools for tracking achievement.
one month ago by Getting Smart Staff
By: Marie Bjerede. Young people now see their phone as an extension of themselves. If they see it as an extension of their learning, not just looking up information, entertainment, interacting socially, or doing work, then that deepens their sense of identity as a learner.
one month ago by Marie Bjerede