Education Technology Tips For Students And Teachers
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For those raised in the information age, life without the internet is no life at all. It is often a primary focus of a teen’s day (75% of teens are online several times per day) and an important means by which they communicate with the world and take in new information. While information can be […]
Rather than consuming that tenth cup of coffee or asking your exhausted classmate how they manage to study for their tests, turn to science instead.
By implementing a few new engagement techniques, teachers may be able to encourage students to be more engaged in class and to put an end to boredom.
Nowadays, it’s not uncommon for instructors to include notes regarding laptop and internet use in their course syllabi. Many instructors ban the use of electronics, including laptops, due to the assumption that these machines may be more distracting than helpful during class time. However, students often argue that they can take better notes on their […]
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Since the turn of the 21st century, technology has progressed rapidly, leading to new opportunities and a fair share of distractions in the classroom.
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Technology has been integrated in almost every other aspect of our lives today, so why is there a lag in some classrooms and districts?
Using technology in the classroom comes with a host of benefits. But can technology do more harm than good when it comes to helping students succeed?
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For educators to thrive in the classroom and navigate these and other modern difficulties, teachers must have certain skills that their predecessors didn't.