Stories about Modern Education and EdTech
Tech, digital and innovation take the lead in a new report from Google for Education citing eight leading global education trends.
These techniques guide all students to process course content and then actively demonstrate their learning.
More than one in four secondary school pupils have a private tutor, research shows. Young people from wealthier homes are significantly more likely to have additional help than their poorer peers.
More is not always better (and other life-saving tips).
See how a Reggio Emilia–inspired elementary school in Australia fosters student interests to spark curiosity and joy in learning.
As this year’s cohort of Reception children get ready to begin their formal education journey - this is a great article to read and consider.
This excerpt is from How to Raise Successful People, a book by Esther Wojcicki, a teacher and the mother of Susan Wojcicki (the CEO of YouTube), Janet Wojcicki (a Fulbright winner), and Anne Wojcicki, cofounder of 23andMe. Steve Jobs’ daughter Lisa was one of her students.
“If only I had known about this sooner, I could have done this great activity with my class or I could have done an assembly about this topic…”
Long Way Down author Jason Reynolds suggests that we need to listen to young people if we ever want to encourage them to get reading.
The Science is clear: Drawing beats out reading and writing to help students remember concepts.
The partnership between Google, Digital Promise and EdTechTeam seeks to solve the digital divide around professional development..
Predictions about changes in the world of work prompt a rethinking of pedagogical aims and strategies.