Gamify your classroom with challenges, feedback, levels, creativity, and rewards to motivate students to learn, and master concepts.
By integrating image-based technology into the classroom, teachers can create engaging presentations as well as inspire and support collaborative projects among their students.
33. Students can have choice in terms of apps, platforms, social channels, assessment style, and so on. Smartphones can support this.
From project-planning and design to ideas for projects to video streaming, here are some of the best project-based learning apps.
From brainstorming ideas to streaming video, here are 12 of the best apps for collaborative learning in the classroom.
For some in 'Generation Screen,' things that are 'viral' can be seen as preferable to things that affect and endure.
With the right application--and expectations--grading and grade book apps can be a useful tool for busy teachers.
How can the iPad promote a broader set of evidence of understanding? How can it promote the assessment of higher-order thinking skills?
One of the best ways to engage all students in your classroom is to give students an easy (and even anonymous) way to ask questions.
"What’s wrong with education cannot be fixed with technology. No amount of technology will make a dent. The problems are sociopolitical."
At first glance, apps, seem more engaging than books. So use them together--have the app front-load the book, or vice-versa.
From Google Science Journal to Biomes Viewer, we've gathered the best free science apps for iOS.
From high-interest text libraries to phonics and vocabulary builders, here are 14 of the best apps for struggling or hesitant teen readers.
Where do you begin teaching meditation when you may not be familiar with the practice yourself?