10 strategies are outlined that cities are using to make teaching more attractive and to better support teachers and expand their opportunity set.
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June 17, 2013
June 10, 2013
Students report that schools' filters, firewalls, and blockage of social media sites are obstacles to their use of educational technology.
June 10, 2013
Kansas City may be the least appreciated great education improvement story out there--at least on the Kansas side of the Missouri River.
June 08, 2013
In 2013, more people will access the Internet on their mobile devices than on desktops or laptops. In what has become an annual tradition, we are posting some of our favorite apps for learning. by Honor Moorman and Heather Singmaster Computers and, later, Web 2.0 have changed the way young people ...
June 05, 2013
Taking full advantage of personal digital learning requires the ability to compare measures of academic progress in different blended school settings. As noted two weeks ago, it's time for the next big advance in digital learning: comparable growth measures.
June 03, 2013
After an extensive review process, three products that support writing instruction have been selected to participate in fall trials in seventh grade classrooms coast to coast -- Criterion from ETS, PEGWriting from Measurement Incorporated, and Pearson's WriteToLearn.
May 28, 2013
Use technology to engage students in a global collaboration project.
May 27, 2013
In his February state of the district speech, Houston superintendent Terry Grier pitched the idea of giving every high school student a laptop. "This is a way of transforming what and how we teach," Grier told the school board in April.
May 23, 2013
Children's literature about the world and its cultures compels young minds to investigate ways of life and thinking that can be different—or quite similar—to their own. It offers important perspectives as students build basic literacy skills.
May 22, 2013
Recognition that "games can provide challenging experiences that incorporate effective learning principles and sustained engagement," led Dr. Kristy Goodwin of Macquarie University to study what she calls Digital Games Based Learning (DGBL) as an emerging pedagogy.