The posts in this category address various e-learning related subjects and more, that educators of K-12 students can find useful and informative.

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What’s the point of NFT in education and why should teachers care?


NFTs are used daily, and more people are creating them. This increase leads us to wonder what it means for the future. What do we need to know about NFTs to help students understand and even create them? Teacher and author Rachelle Dené Poth sparks a conversation about NFT in education:


How to build a classroom escape room to spark curiosity in learning


Since students spend so much time in classrooms, why not plan a quick “escape” to inspire curiosity for learning? Teacher and author, Rachelle Dene Poth, demonstrates how building a classroom escape room transforms even the most humdrum day into a wonderful adventure!

Online museums you can bring in the classroom

4 Online museums you can bring in the classroom


A good internet connection (and some imagination) can help teachers bring museums into the classroom, whether it the brick-and-mortar one, hybrid or completely virtual, and provide their students with a meaningful learning experience. Let’s explore a few digital solutions for a virtual museum experience:

Digital trends in K-12 education

Focus on 21st-century skills: 3 Digital trends in K-12 education


Edtech allows both students and teachers to create high-quality content and share it with students all over the world, to experiment in virtual and remote laboratories, and learn more about the world. However, a critical approach is essential to differentiate between sources of information, because “all that glitters is not gold” on the Internet.

teach empathy to K-12 students

3 Great ideas on how to teach empathy to K-12 students


When we talk about empathy, we tend to see it as an innate ability: you either have it or you don’t. However, empathy can be taught and the earlier we teach it, the better. In K-12 education, teaching empathy might help students deal with their insecurities, improve their self-esteem and boost their abilities to make friends.

teach K-12 students to become entrepreneurs

Can you teach K-12 students to become entrepreneurs?


We can’t think about the future if we neglect to think about the younger generations and their preparedness for it. Putting together a good entrepreneurial program means that all students can benefit from it. As it’s likely that more and more young people will choose the self-employed route, schools should also adapt to the new demand for entrepreneurial skills.

Classroom collaboration

Classroom collaboration: Learning together


By intentionally planning ways for students to collaborate in class, we help them to build their own learning networks. Through these learning networks, students will build confidence, broaden their perspectives, and connect with the content in a more meaningful way.