Competency-based education is student-centered, goal-oriented and easier to implement when teachers have the right tools. An intelligent learning platform (ILP) already incorporates all the features you need plus more advanced ones to engage students and create the best learning experiences.
The beginning of each school year allows teachers to start fresh, organize lessons and plan things in advance, especially when it comes to classroom technology. Here are the top edtech items to cross off your back-to-school checklist for teachers:
Technology continues to evolve, the world of work is changing, and our students need to understand how to navigate a highly digital environment. Find out what data literacy skills are and why they should be a priority for teachers.
In an increasingly digital world, students need the skills to check the quality, bias, and background of news they encounter daily. So, teaching students how to spot fake news is a real challenge for educators. Here are five ideas to help teachers successfully navigate this topic in their classrooms.
Many students struggle with tech and computer literacy due to a lack of proper guidance and equitable access to technology. They need supervised and guided access as they will eventually need quality tech and computer skills as they enter the workforce. Check out the five tech tools every student should have:
Building positive student-teacher relationships has a long-lasting implication for students’ academic and social development and contributes to higher achievement levels. Here are the top eight ways to build stronger connections in the classroom.
There is tremendous power in teacher collaboration, especially when it comes to preparing students with essential skills for the future. For educators, collaboration means professional growth and much-needed support. Find out what Rachelle Dene Poth’s best methods and tools to strengthen teacher collaboration are.
Thanks to their robust features, LMSs promote student autonomy in the classroom as they boost students’ critical thinking skills, help them evolve at their own pace, and self-evaluate their competencies. Explore the top eight LMS features that support student autonomy.
Executive function is essential to academic performance, which involves planning, goal monitoring, and time management. Here are some examples of how teachers can help improve their students’ executive functioning skills with the help of an LMS:
ISTELive 2022 is just around the corner! The NEO team will also be there to chat about all things edtech. You can also get a personalized demo, attend sessions hosted by our edtech experts and win exciting prizes, such as an iPad. Drop by Booth #1034 between June 27-29 and let’s make ISTE 2022 the best one yet!
Providing a productive home learning space is about more than plonking down a desk and monitor in the corner of a room. A truly invigorating study space should inspire students to learn and reinforce positive habits. Here are some ideas for creating a good home learning space: