Many schools still need to move beyond metal detectors, local door alarms, and door intercoms or buzzers to keep schools protected.
In Crazy Gears, kids experiment with a variety of tools and moving parts to build a simple machine.
Is digital technology having a measurable impact on teachers and learning? A new research study highlights digital technology usage in K-12 schools and how it is altering students, teachers and administrators’ interactions. For example:
Teachers can use Pairin in their classrooms or in professional learning communities.
Each of us focused our talk on one of the five Tenets of the Whole Child from ASCD.
The activity led to a great conversation around effective tools and resources that teachers and students can use while accessing and organizing online information.
Thrively was created with input from pediatric neuropsychologists, and the site bursts with teacher-contributed lesson plans and ideas.
“These upgrades are part of our commitment to deeper integration with various teaching tools,” said Arne Bergby, CEO of itslearning.
Whether for whole- or small-group instruction, or independent reading, each bundled library has been carefully created by Follett’s team of K-12 master’s-level educators with high-interest nonfiction and fiction texts and age level-appropriate texts.
The process is easy; you just copy and paste the appropriate shape to keep the conversation going.