James G. Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 03/07/13
This week's article includes step-by-step instructions for how to make a screen recording for narration of a video.
Teacher Preparation and Technology
James G. Lengel, Hunter College, CUNY, 02/21/13
This week's article looks at why there are no more excuses for why teachers shouldn't know how to use technology for teaching and learning.
Five Tips for a Class Web Site
Guest Columnist, Molly Dubois, Music Teacher & Educational Technologist, 02/14/13
This week’s article looks at how teachers can create class websites that are useful, simple to maintain, and appreciated by students, parents, and administrators.
Study Right—What Works
Dr. Merle Marsh, Guest Columnist, 02/07/13
Recent research disagrees with many of the study techniques we’ve been teaching our students. Find out how to help students learn and why you should encourage your students to put their digital devices to use when studying.
Tablets 1 to 1: Key Questions
Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education, 01/31/13
This week's article outlines a series of questions that a school needs to answer long before they do a massive installation of tablets on campus.
From Bungee Jumping to Differential Equations
James G. Lengel, Hunter College, 01/24/13
This week’s article questions why mathematics today is taught with so little connection to real world examples or tools and suggests some solutions.
Rolling Out iPads
Guest Columnist Kyle DuBois, Third Grade Teacher, Barre Town, Vermont, 01/17/13
This week's article details the steps that one third grade teacher used in rolling out a classroom set of iPads with an emphasis on classroom management.
James G. Lengel, Hunter College, CUNY, 01/10/13
This week’s article investigates what an educational conference might look like if it followed the principles of Education 3.0.
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