Leading teacher development platform Bloomboard recently launched Collections of teacher resources. Collections are bite-sized resources that help educators learn how to put theory into practice. The new resource makes it easy for educators to learn, share and discuss solutions to classroom challenges.
5 days ago by Tom Vander Ark
With over 300 submissions from teachers during the implementation this fall, the Friday Institute has learned many lessons that provide insight for those considering or developing micro-credentials.
11 days ago by Guest Author
If Sabermetrics sheds any light on grades and a grade average won’t be substantially different whether we measure it with 10 or 40 assessments, why do we put ourselves through all this work of grading? How many graded assignments do we need to give students, before we can be reasonably sure that the grade produced by...
12 days ago by Moss Pike
This will be the year when virtual reality begins to change teaching and learning. Forecasters are estimating that the combined augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) industries could be as big as $150 billion in 2020 with 25 million VR users by 2018.
14 days ago by Guest Author
By: Leo Bialis-White. Data provides hints, not answers. But when brought together with context and conversation, data can become actionable insights that translate into powerful changes for students. As an educator or school leader, here are strategies for fostering a culture that is receptive to data conversations.
19 days ago by Guest Author