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Whether you’re a teacher blogger, a district or university CIO, a or an EdTech executive you should be creating and sharing...
By: Jared Stein. Jared Stein, VP of Research and Education at Instructure shares their recently released report and dives int...
Whether you’re a teacher blogger, a district or university CIO, a or an EdTech executive you should be creating and sharing great content to build your brand and extend your impact. Here are five content creation gems and 15 content recycling tips to extend your impact.
4 days ago by Megan Mead
Imagine giving teachers and schools opportunities to run experiments of their own or to join larger trials. Imagine if they had access to better measures and powerful analytics. The next step in supporting teachers as scientists is an intelligence platform that combines information about best practices, formative asses...
4 days ago by Tom Vander Ark
The future will be personalized, whether it’s online search or learning. The content-driven internet and personalized learning are in its initial stages of development. But as the tools and technology continue to improve, learning will become more accessible, more tailored, more immediate, and more powerful.
7 days ago by Tom Vander Ark
By: Jared Stein. Jared Stein, VP of Research and Education at Instructure shares their recently released report and dives into how meaningful relationships are AND how interactions have a direct correlation to positive learning outcomes.
7 days ago by Guest Author
The nonprofit MIND Research Institute is dedicated to solving math education in America. Its uniquely visually-based ST Math instructional software program is helping children across the country dramatically improve their math proficiency and become life-long learners for today’s innovation-driven workplace.
Blogging is alive and well. Advocates, leaders, and lead generators are using blogs more than ever to share stories and tips that promote empathy and action. What caused this resurgence of writing? We think it’s new platforms, advocacy, content marketing, and a little edu blogging.
11 days ago by Tom Vander Ark
By: Lucy Kosturko. Supporting data-driven teachers means providing the right resources to allow teachers to make decisions based on information, not just data. This can have the real world impact and personalize learning in ways that support teachers and students.
12 days ago by Guest Author