Can Gamification Solve World Peace? One Teacher Says Yes
Gamification can do a lot of things, but can it solve world peace? One educator seems to think so, and before you make up your mind, you may want to take a look at his innovative lesson plan.
5 Ways to Improve Your Teaching Strategies Over the Summer
Are you a teacher hoping to make the most of your summer "vacation?" If so, use one, or all, of these tips to make the next school year your most successful one yet.
5 Keys to Teaching with Effective Tech Tools
The Fred Rogers Center and NAEYC offer recommendations in report titled Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8.
Are We Teaching Creativity or Killing It?
While it's easy to compare grades to see which students are falling behind in math class, creativity is a harder thing to measure.
New Exciting Teaching Strategies — The Comic Textbook
"The Graphic Textbook" from Reading with Pictures is giving comics a greater role in education.
Are 21st Century Learners Too Focused on the Workforce?
How can we adapt teaching strategies to meet the changing needs and interests of students?
2 Teaching Strategies That Turn Distractions Into Learning Tools
Mindshift recently published an article which asked the question, “Will old teaching strategies work amidst the mobile revolution in schools?” We’d like to flip that question on its head. Instead of asking if old strategies will work with new teaching technology, we’re asking how new technology can be used to solve one of the oldest […]