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...
In the above video, we speak to EdTech Coach and NUITEQ Education Technology Specialist Kelly Adelsberger to learn more about her career in education and the role good educational content plays in the life of students.
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.
One of the key themes at ISTE 2019 was equity. What are the real-world challenges of equity in Education? And what approaches work best in practice?
Research demonstrates that women remain underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Although women are equally qualified for STEM careers, there is still a shortage of professional talent as women choose to pursue different careers.
Technology has the potential to quickly scale best practices in teaching to millions of classrooms around the world. Yet many Teachers hesitate to adopt new technologies, especially in schools where they have not had technology before.
Teachers love using educational videos in their classrooms. The search for learning-related videos gathered over a billion views in 2017, according to YouTube. The need for YouTube educational videos is on the rise; many teachers use YouTube videos at the beginning or end of their classes to...
In this video, NUITEQ's VP of Strategy and Content, Dr. Edward Tse, is demonstrating how teachers can use NUITEQ Snowflake in their classroom.
In the above video, Teacher and NUITEQ's Education Technology Specialist, Danielle Maclin, explains how she uses NUITEQ Snowflake to save lesson planning time.