Fri.Jun 21, 2024

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The Future of Online Learning: Benefits and Strategies for Educators

Ask a Tech Teacher

Online learning offers unmatched flexibility and accessibility, enabling both students and educators to manage their schedules effectively and break down geographical barriers. For example, as an online student, I was able to balance my studies with a full-time job, and as a teacher, multimedia elements and community through discussion forums made my virtual classroom more engaging and interactive.

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Advice To First Timers at #ISTE24 or #CSTA2024

Computer Science Teacher

Summer conference season is coming up. ISTE starts this weekend (without me) and CSTA (with me) is in July. Over the years I have been to scores of conferences and I have learned a few things. I thought I might share some of them. Comfortable shoes. If you are a teacher this should be a no brainer. You'll be on your feet a lot. Plan your day in advance but leave sessions early if they don't match your needs or expectations.

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AI’s Impact on Children and Education: What can Teachers and Caregivers Do?

STEM for Kids

Raleigh, North Carolina USA 6/21/2024 We keep hearing about Artificial Intelligence (AI). What does it really mean? Where are we now in the progression of AI? How is it impacting education? In a televised interview with Amber Freeman of CBS17 , Founder, Moni Singh simplifies AI with the aim to initiate the important conversation on how parents and teachers of school-age children can think about AI and use it.

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Venture Into the Future of Learning at ISTELive 2024: 10 Things You Won’t Want to Miss


Summer break is here, and the education conference season has just begun! Up next is ISTELive 2024 , one of the most anticipated edtech events of the year. From June 23-26, educators, administrators, education experts, and edtech companies will gather in Denver, Colorado for a dynamic conference and exposition of this year’s biggest edtech trends. For more than four decades, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has built a supportive and engaged community of forward-think

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Can Brain Science Actually Help Make Your Training & Teaching Stick?

Speaker: Andrew Cohen, Founder & CEO of Brainscape

The instructor’s PPT slides are brilliant. You’ve splurged on the expensive interactive courseware. Student engagement is stellar. So… why are half of your students still forgetting everything they learned in just a matter of weeks? It's likely a matter of cognitive science! With so much material to "teach" these days, we often forget to incorporate key proven principles into our curricula — namely active recall, metacognition, spaced repetition, and interleaving practice.

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STEM Classroom Decor

Carly and Adam

Creating an engaging and inspiring STEM classroom environment is key to fostering creativity, collaboration, and a love for learning. Here’s a guide on how to utilize various decor items in your STEM classroom to create a vibrant and functional space for young learners. Must Have Decor Items for Your STEM Classroom Engineering Design Process Poster Set Team Tub Labels Pencil Cup Labels Hanging Team Numbers Grade Level Labels Class Schedule and Classroom Rules Posters 1.


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Does your SAT score matter to prospective employers?

Career in STEM

When you’re preparing for college, the SAT exam can become the center of your focus. You put countless hours into revision and practical preparations for the day itself, and it feels like this test is the make or break point of your future. However, things are changing. Particularly since the pandemic, not all colleges require applicants to submit a SAT score , as they recognise that even the most well-rounded student may not perform at their best on one specific day.

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Jun 21, Factorial Problems and Solutions

Online Math for All

Factorial Problems and Solutions

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How a Lack of Child Care Affects Small Businesses

ED Surge

This story was originally published by The 19th. During her nearly eight years in business, Dawn Kelly watched again and again as staff left their jobs at The Nourish Spot, the smoothie joints she owns in Queens and Brooklyn, because they couldn’t find good child care. Sometimes it was because the care was too expensive, or parents thought there were no quality options for their kids.