Schoology Exchange

Pro Tips

5 Ways to Develop an Instructional Strategy Using Technology

Are a majority of our classrooms truly prepared for and engaged in 21st century learning? Here are five ways to develop an instructional strategy that uses technology to manage, facilitate, and enhance learning, not to have edtech be the center of attention.

H. L.
Community

5 Ways to Combat Lack of Student Access to Technology

We can’t forget that although technology in education has become more common, that doesn’t mean that it is universal or that everyone has access. Learn how 5 educators are tackling this issue in their own classrooms and schools.

Sarah Jaffer
Community

Q&A: Using an LMS to Connect Classrooms with Community

We spoke with Donna Lauver (Community Partnership Specialist) and Adam Samuels (Technology Teaching and Learning Support Specialist) at Forest Hills School District about how they created an Experienceship course to help students with internships. 

Sarah Jaffer
Evolving Ed

The Role of Admins in Personalized Learning

If a 21st century vision of personalized learning is to be realized, central office directors, building principals, and other administrators must play a key role in bringing it about.

H. L.
Evolving Ed

Digital Learning: What to Know in 2020

What is digital learning? Why is it important? What are the top digital learning challenges, priorities, and trends? Learn all this and much more.

Lauren Davis
Schoology

Release Notes: Multiple Submission Tracking for District Mastery

Check out the December release notes for updates on existing and new features, and bug fixes!

David Wolpert
Evolving Ed

4 Ways Schoology Can Help You Personalize Learning

Personalized learning – as a term – is often defined in different ways by different districts, schools, and teachers. But when looking at the various ways people are personalizing learning, the constant and common thread is that personalized learning is student-centered.

Kellie Ady
Pro Tips

5 Tips for Personalizing Learning with Technology

Educational technology today has the power to allow for student choice, voice, and individualized instructional presentation and assessment in ways that just weren’t practical, possible, or even necessary in the past.  Here are a few ways you can use technology to personalize learning for your students.

H. L.
Pro Tips

Communicating Personalized Learning Goals to Parents

If one of the most underutilized resources in schools in terms of developing new initiatives are the students themselves, then our parents can’t be far behind in terms of creating strong partnershi

H. L.
Evolving Ed

How To Get Started With A Makerspace

Have you come across the term makerspace or maker education but are not quite sure what they mean? Let’s explore this concept and delve into ways it can fit into your classroom setting.

Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D