Here's a visual overview of what kinds of things go into creating a 21st century classroom according to the folks at OpenColleges:Happy Friday, y'all!
In honor of the upcoming holiday, I wanted to share this informational graphic from the US Census Bureau on Memorial Day. While perusing the data on this graphic I realized how little I know about this holiday, and this would be a good way to educate students about our veterans and the history of the … Continue reading InfoFriday: Memorial Day As Told By The US Census
I recently came across a fantastic infographic by Tony Vincent that features tons of ways you can utilize your iPad as a teacher. By breaking down the infographic into verbs like show, manage, assess and interact, Vincent is categorizing how the iPad can be used rather than what the iPad can do. I think this is a very … Continue reading InfoFriday: iPad As The Teacher’s Pet
Recently, I've been exploring the value of games in education, and have had quite a few emails requesting suggestions for games students can play to engage them with content. Needless to say, when I came across this infographic, I had to share - it provides a lot of food for thought about using educational video … Continue reading InfoFriday: Do Educational Video Games Actually Work?
A few weeks ago I posted 17 Questions To Consider When Planning BYOD Programs and the popularity of that post led me to find today's featured infographic. Here's a great look at things to consider when deciding whether or not to implement a BYOD program:
This year, I have heard of many schools struggling with students being cyberbullied or instigating the cyberbullying. The influx of ways to communicate with each other online leads many students to post texts or images without considering the repercussions of those actions - which can be as devastating as suspension, expulsion, and sometimes criminal action. I believe … Continue reading InfoFriday: Cyberbullying Moves From The Playground To The Web
So far, blogging on this website has been one of the best decisions I ever made. I've found it valuable for my own personal growth, as well as a resource for my own faculty members. Hearing all of your feedback and comments has been incredible - and encourages me each day to share new, important … Continue reading InfoFriday: Blogging In The Classroom