Christina Finne is a lecturer at the University of Stavanger. She finds that the traditional class setting – teachers lecturing to a room full of students – doesn’t do much to activate her pupils, so she flips the classroom.
Most of you have embraced our new messaging system and we’re happy to see that you’re sending more messages than ever. However, teachers have raised some concerns, which we’ve addressed in this update.
A no cost webinar for K-12 educators and administrators who want to learn how to break the cycle of district and classroom inefficiencies and instead streamline instructional workflow using a learning management system.
Lydiard Park Academy continues to fulfil its mission of ‘Potential into Performance’ with the announcement that it has gained ‘eLearning Centre of Excellence’ status from Europe’s largest provider of digital learning platforms, itslearning.
A few weeks back, EdSurge published a podcast interview with education consultant Alan November, after chatting with him at ISTE. The interview got quite a number of listens, likely because November said that the edtech industry had created a “mess”…
As manager of the instructional technology program for my school district, it’s my job to promote the use of technology to enhance and support teaching and learning. With more and more digital resources and devices available for use in schools, it’s an exciting time to help teachers and students transition to a digital curriculum management system.
Learning technologies offer great potential to improve education, but whether that potential will be realized depends on three key factors, which have less to do with technology itself and more to do with the people using it…
Gary Brantley, Chief Information Officer for Georgia’s DeKalb County School District, describes how migrating to a single platform for assessment, data analysis, and instruction has simplified most everything for his district.