Why did Bill Nye say that critical thinking is the most important skill for young people to develop? Who reviews the news and posts that we see every day on social media? And how much social media is ideal for our mental health?
How can we educate in a world where some students don't even have schools to attend?
October is Dyslexia Awareness Month. People with dyslexia are some of the most creative individuals; how can we reduce the stigma around dyslexia in the classroom?
Teaching is shifting. The old ideas of "teaching by pouring in" or "learning by passive absorption" (John Dewey - "Democracy and Education") are being replaced with a learn by doing approach, or active learning. But what changes do we need to make to scale active learning to hundreds of classrooms...
Many educational videos cover topics that are usually of interest to a small number of people. It does happen though that an educational video will break through the noise, become recommended, and even make it to YouTube's front page.
Are you looking for free online resources for math?
The fast evolution of technology transformed the way students learn and educators teach. Due to this rapid growth, the EdTech sector keeps on growing, and many innovative companies and people with great ideas came in to answer the needs of a 21st-century education system.
In this video tutorial, NUITEQ's Learning Experience Designer, Lynn Marentette, demonstrates how to get content-rich video linked lessons from the MultiTeach® Lessons Community. The lessons can be then used in Lessons Online, from your PC, laptop, Chromebook, tablet or mobile, and in Snowflake...
If you’re a teacher, you know how valuable planning ahead is. After the winter holidays, you’re surely thinking of what’s next. If you’re looking to celebrate the most romantic holiday on Earth with your classroom and teach your students the history of Valentine’s day, you came to the right place.