Radical Eyes for Equity: Think Tank Advocacy Reports Not Credible for Education Policy: SC Edition May 1st

Radical Eyes for Equity: Think Tank Advocacy Reports Not Credible for Education Policy: SC Edition – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Radical Eyes for Equity: Think Tank Advocacy Reports Not Credible for Education Policy: SC Edition The Palmetto Promise Institute‘s report authored by Adam Crain, Money doesn’t translate into student results, is a follow-up to their 2013 report also comparing South Carolina education to […]
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How to Have an Attitude to Try New Things #MondayMotivation Mar 10th

How to Have an Attitude to Try New Things #MondayMotivation – coolcatteacher.com 10MT | Episode 26 Josh Harris gets us motivated to try new things From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Today Josh Harris @edtechspec an elementary edtech director from California, talks about an attitude of innovation. We […]
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World Book Day: Children go head to head with fictional characters Mar 3rd

World Book Day: Children go head to head with fictional characters – bbc.co.uk Children from a primary school in Norfolk debate the merits of their chosen World Book Day characters.   Continue Reading World Book Day: Children go head to head with fictional characters – bbc.co.uk
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Janresseger: In First Week on the Job, DeVos Shows She Likes Choice, Doesn’t Understand Public Education Feb 24th

Janresseger: In First Week on the Job, DeVos Shows She Likes Choice, Doesn’t Understand Public Education – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Janresseger: In First Week on the Job, DeVos Shows She Likes Choice, Doesn’t Understand Public Education The irony is stunning. Although Donald Trump was sometimes called a populist during the presidential campaign, his domestic policy agenda features […]
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Use these strategies to incorporate drones in STEAM education Feb 17th

Use these strategies to incorporate drones in STEAM education – eschoolnews.com Drones are often the subject of controversy, especially when it comes to debates around security and privacy. But do they have a place in education? One team of educators thinks so. Though the word “drone” tends to have a negative connotation, drones have tremendous […]
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If you give a kindergartner a Chromebook… Feb 10th

If you give a kindergartner a Chromebook… – eschoolnews.com Although even the youngest children are considered tech-savvy today, there exists a difference between a child who knows how to use a tablet to watch videos and a child who knows how to navigate a device for active learning. The thought of giving 30 kindergarten students […]
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#01: Awesome Apps for iPads in the Elementary Classroom Feb 3rd

#01: Awesome Apps for iPads in the Elementary Classroom – coolcatteacher.com MEET MY NEW PODCAST: The 10-minute Teacher Show– for Remarkable but Busy Teachers From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Karen Lirenman (@KLirenman) and Kristen Wideen (@mrswideen) have written the definitive book on using iPads in the elementary classroom, […]
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EXCLUSIVE: They’re here–robots are teaching your children Jan 27th

EXCLUSIVE: They’re here–robots are teaching your children – eschoolnews.com Unbeknownst to parents, all first-grade classes in a suburban Los Angeles elementary school were successfully taught by teacher robots during the 2015-2016 school year. Only one parent was in on the secret. John Miller*, whose family moved to the area from Silicon Valley and whose son […]
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What Can Third Graders Do With Technology? Jan 20th

What Can Third Graders Do With Technology? – thejournal.com In this week’s blog post, a third grade teacher in a public school provides a clear example of what our blog, “Reinventing Curriculum” is all about. Mr. Gabriel DellaVecchia has used 1-to-1 in an imaginative, productive, and effective manner. What the children in his class accomplished […]
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How our elementary school got a tech makeover Jan 13th

How our elementary school got a tech makeover – eschoolnews.com Kids gravitate to technology in the classroom, so it makes sense for teachers to utilize digital projectors—that is, unless no one can see the lessons they display. This was our situation a couple of years ago at Northwest Elementary School in Chatsworth, Ga., in the […]
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