Alan November explains how he would use the first five days of school to lay the groundwork for a year of learning that goes far beyond the test.
Over-filtering websites at schools misses the opportunity to teach students the critical skills they’ll need to discern the good from the bad.
Devlin argues that video games are the perfect tool for teaching math: “The problems we need mathematics for today come in a messy, real-world context, and part of making progress is to figure out just what you need from that context.”
Computer literacy is fast becoming an essential skill for jobs in the future, making it imperative that public schools learn to teach all kids to code, or risk putting some at a disadvantage later in life.
On the surface, the PS 177 Technology Band looks like a typical high school orchestra. But there are two big differences.
Parents can take action in protecting their children’s data, but it takes work and an understanding of the complicated landscape.
Educators from around the country share their favorite educational apps.
Ask students what they think about classroom tech tools like iPads to improve their use next year.
More teachers are using digital games in the classroom, and they’re using them more frequently, according to a new teacher survey just released by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center. But more surprisingly, the study reveals that teachers are finding that one of the most impactful use of games is for motivating and rewarding students, specifically those who are low-performing.