Tag: technology

Is Technology Shortening Students’ Attention Spans?

You can see Dr. David Sousa at the 2017 Maryland Assessment Group Fall Conference this November. Reserve your spot today. Is Technology Shortening Students’ Attention Spans? The answer might surprise you. According to Dr. David A. Sousa, educational neuroscience consultant and award-winning author of Engaging the Rewired Brain, the answer

Teacher Feedback Inspires Extraordinary New App

All year long, we visit classrooms throughout the country to provide professional development, tools, and training. We love helping educators transform their schools into powerful learning environments, but to do that effectively, we have to ask a lot of questions. Why did you choose a career in education? What drives

The people who work here need skills that are only found in a humanities classroom

Incorporating STEM in Your Humanities Classroom

As we discussed last week, the full name of the Common Core ELA standards document is? “Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects”. The implications of that wording are a two-way street. Just as we explored how STEM teachers can

If STEM people can’t communicate, we don’t get to find out about their innovations

Incorporating Literacy in Your STEM Classroom

By Scott Sterling This is something that not many people have paid attention to: do you know what the full name of the Common Core ELA standards document is? “Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects.” The new standards aren’t

Tech Tools for Teacher Collaboration

by Scott Sterling A few weeks ago, I wrote about teacher collaboration changing the education game. The article focused on improving your professional learning communities and conducting faculty meetings for maximum effectiveness and efficiency. I highly recommend it (but I’m biased). Let’s be honest: teachers are busy people. Although faculty