Smart Teachers

The Students Have Spoken: Will You Listen?

Some educational institutions operate totally unaware of students' opinions. I got an idea. Let's just ask the students some questions. Got time to listen?

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Begin Each Class with a Challenge: An Alternate Approach to STEM Education

By: Caroline Hanson. Teaching methods that take a unique, and sometimes chaotic, approach to students’ comprehension and creativity in STEM.

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Raising Student Bloggers: An Open Letter to Parents

A message for parents raising student bloggers. It’s time for you to become more involved in your student's blogging. Reinforce their learning, talk, become their fan and see the big picture.

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Learning

1 Question, 1 Challenge, and 11 of the Best Teacher Gifts

What is the perfect teacher gift? Well, it may just be the culmination of many. Here are 11 that don't come as part of the holidays.

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2015 Edu-Resolutions, Behavior Change, and Idealism

Resolutions aren’t about idealistic goals that you have no intention of keeping. It's about behavior change. It’s about completely altering the way you choose to make a difference and then making the monthly, weekly, or daily decisions to act.

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Canvas by Instructure

Canvas by Instructure is the LMS that gets used. Canvas connects teachers, tools, ideas, and students, and then stays out of the way. With all the built-in features you need and the integrations you want, Canvas makes teaching and learning easier, enabling you to take education to a higher level.

EdTech

Osmo: Playing Outside the Screen

Osmo is a great way for young minds to see the bridge between the digital and physical worlds. It's a brilliant optical device that has advanced AI programming under the hood.

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Bringing Literature to Life Can Be Square

An interactive learning structure that brings literature to life by adding music, art, acting, speaking, and student creativity.

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