Busy week? We’re here to help. Here’s our roundup of top educational stories from the past seven days:
Forbes features two young teachers who are using technology to overcome the challenges of larger classrooms, increase personalized learning, and help students set their own pace for success.
“With the rise of the internet and the proliferation of online content, teachers have found new sources to support student learning.” Good Education shares how the digital revolution is changing the role of textbooks in the classroom.
EdSurge asks ISTE 2017 attendants what ed tech trends, products, and buzzwords they wish would be retired for good.
Getting Smart has answers to your questions about developing collaboration, critical thinking, and communication while boosting student engagement and ownership with project-based learning.
California-based Connected Camps is part of a growing offering of online camps that help kids of all kinds stay connected to STEM skills and mentors year-round.
“Assessing students should be used as a tool to increase their ability to learn, not stifle it.” Shane Phipps discusses the benefits of formative assessment and how it can take the fear out of testing for students.
Education Dive highlights some of the top edTech tools found at ISTE 2017, including game-based learning platforms, eMentoring services, and STEM robots.