Computers have changed. The way students use computers at home changed. The world changed. What about educators?
November 2010 Archives
Having a seat at the table can never be an end in itself, but having that seat is essential to achieving the goals teachers seek.
Continuing a somewhat heated exchange with Anthony Cody, Patrick Ledesma says teachers should engage in a sustained dialogue with policymakers rather than giving "the elevator speech."
Just like grocery stores offer free food samples, technology companies, such as VoiceThread, offer free accounts for educators who want to try their products.
This is a critical time for classroom teachers to be involved in policy. I reflect on my ongoing experiences in the US Department of Education Teacher Ambassador Felllowship.
Wikis are a fun way for students to practice individual research skills and write collaboratively.
How can Facebook be used productively in schools? This week we learn from an expert- a high school student who gives us real and relevant examples.