Jan Ubøe, a Mathematics professor at the Norwegian School of Economics, recently started dialogue-based sessions. He reports, “It actually goes against the laws of gravity, but the students think they’re fun!”
Michele Eaton, director of virtual and blended learning for the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, in Indianapolis, IN, explains how teacher professional development has evolved over five years at her virtual school.
At Millis High School we use a blended learning approach in all art classes – offering a variety of methods and resources to engage student learning. These on-line components (called learning platforms) are designed to augment regular class instruction…
Every year itslearning gathers its developers from all across Europe and the US for a three-day development competition called the Dev Fest. This year’s festival celebrates five years of employee-driven innovation and is the first year Fronter developers participated.
Sun Prairie Area Schools in Wisconsin join districts in Pennsylvania and Ohio in consolidating disparate tools and integrating standards-aligned curriculum and content while enabling teachers to share best practices.
Neil Hughes is a podcaster and tech blog writer. He recently interviewed Arne Bergby, CEO of itslearning, and Tom Shoemaker, Chief Marketing Officer of itslearning. Listen to the full interview in this podcast!
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.
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”…