Maker activities are engaging and offer students opportunities to develop creative thinking and problem-solving skills. But how do you use them to teach traditional subjects? Here are four ideas and several resources to get you started.
Topics: Maker movement, Project-based learning, Robotics, STEM
Language arts teachers who assign at-home readings to students were the first flipped learning advocates. Here are some digital tools to make the process more interactive, engaging and trackable.
Topics: Flipped learning, Tools
If you want your students to learn, you have to understand how their brains work. That’s why the refreshed ISTE Standards will take brain-based learning research into account.
Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo, Standards
It’s connectivity to people that will allow education leaders to change learning and teaching, according to S. Dallas Dance, superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools.
Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo, Leadership