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How Virtual Information Sessions Are Changing K-12 Education

Ask a Tech Teacher

Virtual information sessions are reshaping K-12 education. How? For starters–making it more inclusive, effective, and dynamic. Read on for more ideas from the Ask a Tech Teacher team: How Virtual Information Sessions Are Changing K-12 Education K-12 education is undergoing a digital revolution. Schools across the USA are embracing virtual information sessions to enhance learning experiences and streamline communication.

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Finding the Right Technology for Early Elementary Classrooms

ED Surge

I can still vividly recall the chaotic scene of introducing iPads into Kindergarten classrooms. Picture it: a room bustling with eager five-year-olds unaccustomed to center procedures and five iPads as the hottest commodity amidst blocks, dolls and traditional learning stations. What’s the Kindergarten version of the Hunger Games? Imagine that. Managing a technology rollout for littles felt tough, but the real challenge didn’t hit me until I had to engage with some of the apps intended for our s

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Insect Week: KS2 Online Insect Quiz

All About STEM

Celebrate Insect Week in school with a free 30-minute quiz from STEM Ambassadors London! You and your class (7-11) can hop online to meet a STEM Ambassador who will host a fun quiz on insect facts and knowledge. “The quiz will feature 10 questions based on the theme of Insects that require pupils to use their knowledge and skills to answer.

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Cybersecurity in Schools: How to Protect Students Online

Defined Learning

The increased use of technology in education has led to a rise in cyber attacks on school networks, impacting student learning by disrupting access to digital tools. Learn how to mitigate these risks and educate students about cybersecurity.

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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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CREST Awards: Homework & Home Learning

All About STEM

Did you know that CREST offers a full set of low equipment / low resource activities? These projects have been selected specifically to support educators in finding CREST project ideas that require little equipment and can be run outside of a lab or at home. At primary level, learning packs require few resources so they’re perfect to use either in the classroom or at home.

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Summer Work

Teach Science for All

I haven’t made many asks of readers on this site. I don’t sell merch, or ask anyone to join a Patreon to support the site, or to “click on the associate link below”, etc. I just try to offer the occasional STEM education content that might be helpful to STEM education leaders and teachers.

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Jun 19, SAT Math Videos on Exponents (Part - 2)

Online Math for All

SAT Math Videos on Exponents (Part - 2)

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