Fri.Jul 16, 2021

We Landed on the Moon July 20 1969

Ask a Tech Teacher

update. On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong was the first man to place foot on the moon. Commemorate that this year with an exciting collection of websites and apps that take your students to the Moon. Here are some you’ll like: Apollo 11: Countdown to Launch via Google Earth. Apollo 11 VR.

Improving Learning Continuity with Tech: 4 Ways Schools Can Use Relief Funds

EdTech Magazine

When the pandemic closed schools across the country, K­–12 districts undertook the herculean task of moving millions of students and staff to remote learning as quickly as possible. This allowed educators to continue providing learning to students, but the rapid shift wasn’t without difficulties.

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Report gives colleges a roadmap for high-quality online education after the pandemic

The Hechinger Report

The March 2020 shift from face-to-face classes to what many call “Zoom University” was triage for faculty and administrators accustomed to being in the same room as their students. The cobbled-together approach could be compared to building an airplane while it’s flying.

Tip: Talk to Type with Windows 10 Accessibility Feature

Teacher Tech

Educator and Blogger, Victoria Thompson, shares how utilizing talk to type with Windows 10 can help people with accessibility issues. The post Tip: Talk to Type with Windows 10 Accessibility Feature appeared first on Teacher Tech. Microsoft

Best Virtual Lab Software

techlearning

Get the best virtual lab software and hardware to turn your classroom into an experiment heaven

Colorado leads the way in closing the door to legacy admission

The Hechinger Report

GOLDEN, Colo. Half a dozen nervous-looking high school students and their parents browse a table of pamphlets and freebies, then settle into molded plastic chairs to hear a hyper-enthusiastic admissions officer sing the praises of the Colorado School of Mines.

New Research: Flipped Classrooms Improve Student Academics and Satisfaction

techlearning

A new analysis of more than 317 studies found flipped classrooms to be tremendously successful although a partially flipped classroom might be best of all

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Toontastic 3D Enables Students To Create Their Own 3D Cartoons

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

In a previous post I discussed the importance of comic strips in education and provided one example of an easy tool students can teachers can use to create their own comic strips. In today's post, I.read more. cartoon making tools

5 ways peer networks lead to better student support systems

eSchool News

Student support services didn’t live up to their potential during the global health pandemic, economic ups and downs, political turmoil, and more upheaval, according to a report from the Clayton Christensen Institute.

Canva Comic Strip Maker- A Great Tool Teachers and Students Can Use to Create Educational Comic Strips

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Canva comic strop maker is a good tool teachers and students can use to create cartoons. Comic strips can be used for a wide variety of educational purposes including digital storytelling,read more. comic strips creation tools

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Oklahoma State Department of Education Names i-Ready® a Reading Sufficiency Act K–3 State Approved Screening Instrument

eSchool News

NORTH BILLERICA, Mass., July 14, 2021— The Oklahoma State Department of Education (OKSDE) recently named Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready as a Reading Sufficiency Act (RSA) K–3 State Approved Screening Instrument.

What Do Alabama And California Have In Common? Top-Notch U.S. History Standards

MindShift

Updated July 15, 2021 at 7:55 AM ET. A new review of states’ learning standards brings fresh insight — and facts — to the heated debate over critical race theory (CRT) and America’s K-12 schools.

International Private Schools Experience Price Point Enrollment Shift During the Pandemic

Marketplace K-12

An increasing number of parents are looking to enroll their children in more affordable international private schools, according to a new report from ISC Research. The post International Private Schools Experience Price Point Enrollment Shift During the Pandemic appeared first on Market Brief.