In "Poor Students, Rich Teaching," author Eric Jensen discusses how teachers who choose to better understand poverty and work to change mindsets can be one of the biggest factors in making a difference for these students.
3 days ago by Emily Liebtag
Our staff tested out the new mobile learning app Epic Heroes of Knowledge, which gets both children and parent engaged in learning fun through traditional and non-academic subjects.
4 days ago by Getting Smart Staff
In their new book, Platform Revolution, authors Geoffrey Parker, Marshall Van Alstyne and Sangeet Choudary explore how digital platforms are transforming our lives, especially in EdTech.
one month ago by Tom Vander Ark
After spending a morning testing it out, both my son and I found the Todo math app to be user-friendly and fun, and feel it is without a doubt a great math learning tool.
one month ago by Andrew Larson
The nonprofit Buck Institute for Education (BIE) is the world's leading provider of K-12 resources and professional development for Project Based Learning (PBL). BIE believes all students can and should benefit from this transformational teaching method.
In the age of 21st century schools, flipped classrooms and cyber education, what is the future of the traditional classroom teacher? An experiment with a language app in my classroom helped me decide.
one month ago by Emily Riley