Yesterday, we wrote about the latest Forbes list of ’30 Under 30′ in the education field, noted Edudemic.
With less books, paper, and pencils and more laptops, smartphones, and tablets gracing our classrooms these days, it would be logical to say that the nature of note-taking…
With the growing use of social networking sites like Facebook and twitter, the methodology of education for students is finding new and improved ways, reports Edudemic.
Flipped classrooms are becoming more and more common, both for in-person classes and in online learning settings, Edudemic reports.
I always find it quite confusing when educators tell me that students in their classroom are reading at a 7th grade reading level, Edudemic reports.
Connected educators are learning, sharing, and connecting on Twitter, Edudemic reports.
BYOD classrooms can address a number of issues, Edudemic reports.
Not too long ago, the Washington-based Pew Research Center published a report on how teachers are using technology at home and in their classrooms, Edudemic reports.
Not too long ago, Pearson (the ginormous education company – yes it’s a technical term) put out a few really interesting videos about teachers who are shaking up…
Online learning is quickly growing and is changing the way most of us think about modern education, Edudemic reports.