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The posts in this category cover subjects teachers and professors involved in delivering 21st century education might find useful or at least interesting.

literature in the digital age

Teaching and reading literature in the digital age


The educational possibilities within the world of physical books, library artifacts, fiction and classic literature have only just begun to be explored by pioneering pedagogs (primarily in higher education). Using technology that assists students to delve into fictional texts in both vertical, and horizontal ways, educators are reviving both the context and the content of classic literature for contemporary students.

AI replace teachers

Should the question “Will AI replace teachers?” really be asked?


The use of AI in education will pave the way to numerous possibilities. If educators are able to delegate their repetitive and most time-consuming tasks to intelligent technology, they’ll focus more on other more complex or creative problems and build better interpersonal relationships with their students. So the question “Will AI replace teachers?” should have no place in any conversation about education.

Time-saving hacks every teacher absolutely needs

38 Time-saving hacks every teacher absolutely needs


On a fundamental level, when we save time we are also in fact creating time, creating spaces for more experiences, learning — or in most teachers’ cases — a well-deserved nap! So without wasting any more of your precious time, let’s delve into 38 of my top time saving tips!

best videos on the future of education

The very best videos on the future of education


YouTube may be a rabbit-hole of clickable memes and fun compilations, but it’s also home to some essential watching for teachers and parents looking to understand not only key EdTech trends, but also the nuances of current K12 and higher education debates. So check out the very best videos on the future of education I could find:

differentiated instruction

Why teachers should consider differentiated instruction


Differentiated instruction means that you have to meet the standards while providing students with personalized learning experiences and embrace change and flexibility while knowing when to stop or just turn. The ultimate goal of differentiated instruction is to create and nurture a learning environment that meets the learning needs of students and puts each of them on their own paths to success.

Computer literacy

Computer literacy: The invisible skills gap?


I have found that a great many sites and authors interchange and conflate “computer literacy” and “digital literacy”. The problem is, the concept of “digital natives” is in fact a fallacy – and one that is creating a serious blindspot in what we think is appropriate workplace and college preparation, and what is actually required.

Accommodating different learning styles

21st-Century classrooms: Accommodating different learning needs


Let’s explore all the different types of learning styles and how a classroom can better provide a learning experience that meets the needs of everyone. From visual to auditory, there are many different learning styles that each require their own unique approach – and adding technology into the mix can be a great way of creating the required adaptable learning environment.

EdTech enable Social Emotional Learning

Can EdTech enable Social Emotional Learning (SEL)?


Considering that Social Emotional Learning (SEL) seems to be a wholly “human-human” interaction, it may be hard to imagine that EdTech can add to or even improve SEL teaching. But even when dealing with the development of soft skills such as those described by SEL, EdTech does have a role to play. Read more to find out how EdTech can enable SEL.

Time-saving tips and tricks for teachers

Time-saving tips and tricks for teachers to use in the New Year


As we start a new year it’s often helpful to sweep away the metaphorical cobwebs of the last year, set goals and priorities and plan ways to meet whichever resolutions we have made. Very often we decide to “get organised” and find an optimal plan and schedule that helps us get more things done, more efficiently. Let’s look at some of the tips, tricks and tools other teachers are using to get the most out of their day, and time.


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