Cheating on assignments and exams has become easier than ever in the digital age. Fortunately, digital tools and some classroom strategies can help keep plagiarism and stealing answers to a minimum while encouraging collaboration.
CS First is a free web-based program that exposes students to computer science through video tutorials and modules that students participate in as after-school, in-school and summer programs.
Topics: Coding, Computational thinking, Digital storytelling, Literacies, Personalized learning, STEM, Tools
If districtwide tech integration is to be successful, a school must be united in a shared vision. A good technology coach can make this happen by earning the buy-in of teachers, leaders and students.
Far from an educational flash in the pan, project-based learning has been proven to engage and motivate learners, improve comprehension and retention, aid the transfer of knowledge to new contexts, lead to better collaboration, and help students master critical-thinking skills.
Topics: Project-based learning