Video Management: It’s Easier Than You Think

Did you know that February is National Library Loverโ€™s Month? There are thousands of libraries across the United States, and each one has qualities that make them unique. In addition to the physical buildings that house various materials for reference and personal use, there are also digital libraries being used to house and organize electronic [...]

2022-02-07T22:08:09+00:00February 7th, 2022|Articles, News|Comments Off on Video Management: It’s Easier Than You Think

Creating Student Choice to Improve Engagement

ย ย ย  Educators across the country are looking for innovative ways to increase student engagement and gauge mastery of content in the classroom. Assessments should be more than the traditional quizzes, tests, and essays that have been used for generations. Students should be challenged to tackle real world problems that they may face outside the classroom. [...]

2022-01-26T17:54:43+00:00January 26th, 2022|Articles, News|Comments Off on Creating Student Choice to Improve Engagement

How Educational Technology Improves Instruction

As more and more school districts across the country move to 1:1 environments, the topic of whether technology enhances or hinders education has become a common conversation. Many believe that technology is a hindrance in the classroom. Students play games on their phones in class; there are constant dings and vibrations as students receive messages; [...]

2022-01-13T23:14:31+00:00January 13th, 2022|Articles, News|Comments Off on How Educational Technology Improves Instruction

No, It’s Not Too Late to Try a Flipped Classroom This Year

This school year has been a strange and challenging one for many school districts so far, as educators, administrators, and students alike are discovering that many of the traditional models for learning and teaching are becoming less and less effective. Those who wish to meet the new and emerging needs of todayโ€™s students must find [...]

2021-12-13T18:38:56+00:00December 20th, 2021|Articles, News|Comments Off on No, It’s Not Too Late to Try a Flipped Classroom This Year
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