Busy week? We’re here to help. Here’s our roundup of top educational stories from the past seven days:
How can you teach for the future, not the test? Dr. Rod Berger talks to Dr. Kim Alexander, superintendent of Roscoe Collegiate Independent School District in Texas. Roscoe is one of the 44 Texas districts that are members of the Texas Performance Assessment Consortium (TPAC), a group that is working on creating alternative accounting methods to the standardized testing that permeates education today.
A community in Buffalo, New York, agrees on a truly transformative tool for teaching and learning. Using mixed reality technology, superintendent Kriner Cash has high expectations for what can be achieved.
Want to build a thinking classroom in math? It’s easier than you think. Author, Peter Liljedahl has developed a 14-point plan for encouraging students to engage deeply with math content.
Did you miss the 2017 Blended and Personalized Learning Conference? Don’t worry, Getting Smart has seven takeaways that you can start to implement today.
There’s no right way — or place — to write. But there are principles of writing instruction that you can apply in a personalized learning classroom.
More and more companies are using some form of social learning solutions in their learning strategies to enable employees to learn from each other. So, what is social learning and how can you use it to foster collaborative learning?
A new study shows that parent notifications have become the norm in the K-12 market. Edweek Market Brief looks at what the data shows us — and what it doesn’t.
Colleges and universities in the United States are increasingly integrating technology into developmental education programs, which are designed to bring underprepared students up to college level. EdSurge looks at what challenges to anticipate with tech and how to address them.