Join us for an evening of dining and networking with other women in education technology, including a stellar group of ISTE p...
This weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. To paraphrase the great American poet Jimmy Buffet, it’s time to nibble...
The Institute for Science and Math Education at the University of Washington recently offered a crash course on the Next Gene...
DragonBox develops a user’s fundamental skills in algebra before teaching its context and application.
When students are involved in on-campus activities, they are more engaged in their courses. A few simple tech tools that you’ve already heard of can make a big difference in student participation on campus.
4 days ago by EdCetera Staff
The teaching profession as we know it is changing. It is time to redefine the way we think about developing the profession itself. Margaret Roth and Shelly Blake-Plock describe a new culture of teaching through technologies and pedagogical practices that allows teachers themselves to transform their profession.
8 days ago by Guest Author
In a day and age when the American education system is under fire, teachers need to think outside of the box in order to engage their students in learning.
9 days ago by Guest Author
Who knew when Oregon Trail was released in 1985 it would kick off a educational gaming trend?
25 days ago by Caroline Vander Ark Davis
One of the most volatile college costs can be textbooks, so it is up to you to help instructors find the best quality texts at the best price. How can you do that? A combination of technology tools and in-person events.
29 days ago by EdCetera Staff
The nonprofit MIND Research Institute is dedicated to solving math education in America through its cutting-edge approach to teaching and learning math. Its uniquely visually-based ST Math instructional software program is helping children across the country dramatically improve their math proficiency and become life-l...
Will taking online courses replace studying abroad for students around the world? In this article Kirsten Winkler explores the internationalization of higher education.
one month ago by EdCetera Staff
It is not a difficult question to answer, a lot of students hate math. I know “hate” is a strong word, but when some children are asked about math, they start to sweat, shut down, and avoid math at all costs, due to negative experiences in the past.
one month ago by Scott Williams