Green screen is by no means new technology, but it’s fun and relatively easy to use in the classroom. While you only need a few supplies and plenty of imagination, it can be incorporated in many activities. Plus, it’s a way to get students more involved and jazz up school presentations for a fraction of the cost of other tech tools.
Teaching children about financial literacy actually works, but it’s important to focus on skills applicable to children’s everyday lives, so they’re able to start relevant conversations with their parents at home. Ultimately, using education technology to teach finance to students provides them with a fun, interactive, and personalized learning experience which sets them up for success.
Teachers need to teach effectively as well as evaluate student performance and digital portfolios can be a good compromise between the two. In the end, students seem to benefit the most from this approach as they take a more active role in their learning. They are also encouraged to showcase their digital portfolios and take advantage of future opportunities.
Educators have adapted the already traditional Flipped Learning to meet the needs of different students, with different abilities and skills and different degrees of knowledge, going through different stages of the approach. So let’s explore the four types of Flipped Learning.
Technology in the classroom has come a long way. It is now more accessible than ever to create interactive lessons, implement PBL projects, offer personalized learning and organize classroom activities. Here are 6 examples of classroom tech that improves education :
Even though today’s students are more tech-savvy than the average adult, they still have a lot to learn about the threats of the online world. Cybersecurity risks come in various shapes and sizes and are getting more creative. Here are the three basic areas that everyone needs to know about if they want to safeguard their online data:
For a few days at the end of this month Philadelphia will be home to the most comprehensive educational technology conference in the world: ISTE 2019. Make your way in the expo hall to Booth 900, where you’ll find the NEO team eager to share insights on how to effectively manage online classroom activities and also showcase our product’s newest features:
ISTE 2019 is fast approaching, and as enthusiasm levels rise, so does the pressure to see it all and do it all. Here are our top ten tips for everyone attending ISTE this year, but especially for teachers. Follow our guidelines to make the most of your ISTE experience!
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.
Schools need to understand the importance of investing in the right edtech resources and platforms, not just to elevate teaching and learning, but to ensure that these address their overall aims and support staff when it comes to reducing workloads and streamlining processes. So where do schools start in terms of identifying the most appropriate and effective edtech tools for them?