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AI-powered classroom
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The race is on for the AI-powered classroom

School Management

AI-based technologies are primed to grow within the edtech market. AI programs have enormous potential to redefine what we understand to be personalized learning, and while in the early stages, it is well worth looking at the innovations that are at the cutting-edge of Learning Management System design.

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AI in the classroom: Are we there yet?

School Management

The age of “true” AI in the classroom is still dawning, but is swiftly moving towards a point where the neural networks of AI computers will begin to mirror the neural networks of learners in a way that can anticipate every nuance of difficulty, skills development, application and input that will bring about personalized learning at a scale and depth we have never seen before.

edtech supports the success of the Nordic Education
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How edtech supports the success of the Nordic Education

School Management

Finland’s enviable educational outcomes is no overnight success. Not only do they have a long history of enshrining and elevating learning, but continue to utilize all the very latest technologies as well as research to add significant value not only to their own pedagogical approaches, but indeed to those of the world.

The Nordic Effect: An education paradigm for the world?
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The Nordic Effect: An education paradigm for the world?

School Management

The Nordic educational success is not an anomaly or indeed an overnight success, but borne of a deep respect and regard for learning, a culture of absolute equality in the eyes of the state, and its services, and a concerted societal effort to place learning first.

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Using news and entertainment media in the classroom

Teachers

Finding appropriate media and contextualizing it for your students regarding the specific skill or content to be learned can take the “learning” process out of the box, so to speak, and help students associate complex, abstract or new ideas in their lives and the world around them.

dyslexia in the classroom
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Thinking differently about dyslexia in the classroom: Part 1

Teachers

Dyslexia, and its lesser-known cousin, Dyscalculia are defined as a brain-based learning difficulties related to either reading, or to the difficulty in learning or comprehending arithmetic. Dyslexics think differently — perhaps it’s time our classrooms think a bit more like them, rather than forcing them to think more like us.

Reviving play in the classroom
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Life-Long Kindergarten: Reviving play in the classroom and beyond

Teachers

Dr Mitchell Resnick, MIT professor of learning research, heads up the MIT Media Lab’s Lifelong Kindergarten research group. He believes the greatest invention of the last 1000 years was kindergarten. Let’s explore some of the resources the lab has created, available to teachers across grades.

Teacher PD training
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Teacher PD training: Should self-care be part of it?

School Management

When it comes to effective self-care for real teachers, the general trend of recommendations centres around finding a community of teachers with whom you share the unique dynamic of stress. The best place to do that is within the ambit of Professional Development courses.

Digital humanities in the K-12 classroom
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Digital humanities in the K-12 classroom

K-12

Digital Humanities is delivering incredible tools and techniques to help students understand their world a bit better. The tools are typically easy to use, and can be adapted across grades and subjects — a true blend of technology and pedagogy delivering platforms for real insight as well as demystifying how data can reveal true knowledge.

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