Real-time collaboration is a game changer, making your team more effective, efficient, and, well, collaborative. Microsoft Teams brings a new level of collaboration to Office 365 users in the workplace, especially for remote employees.
While there is a high probability that machine learning and artificial intelligence will play an important role in whatever job you hold in the future, there is one way to “future-proof” your career…embrace the power of design thinking.
By using digital tools, teachers can promote more interactivity and community outreach.
Padlet reaches as far as your imagination. It’s you that makes an educational app like this really powerful. So, let me give you some padlet ideas for in the classroom.
Read2Me is a free service that will convert a webpage or an uploaded document into an audio file that you can listen to on the Read2Me website.
Email feels like it consumes our lives. But there are ways busy teachers can make it work for us! Here are some tips.
We Spoke With BioMetric Signature ID About The Most Secure Authentication Available For Classrooms.
We should be deliberately teaching middle and high school students how to manage their devices.
Mobile apps for educational institutions have done a great thing for the students, making the learning process fun and easy. Also, the various app features boost engagement through knowledge-oriented activities.
Here’s a simple activity you can try in your class: Have students execute a Google search that is a question. Then have the students look at the top five results, and using lateral reading pick the source that is most …
Computers are getting smarter, and artificial intelligence is more science-fact than science-fiction. Educators could soon find themselves at the head of a digital classroom with AI at its heart. What could possibly go wrong?
Students can do powerful learning outside of class. But how do we keep it from being “traditional homework”? The answer may be challenges and puzzles.
Twenty-six years ago this month, a geeky student in Finland released the Linux kernel to the world. Today, hundreds of millions of people are using Linux. Why? That’s a question I try to answer in my new book For Fun …