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Evolving Ed

Why We Need Digital Pedagogical Designers for Effective Online Learning

I think a common misconception about the delivery of self-paced online education is that all you have to do is have the educational content and the system to build it. Big textbook publishers think, Well, all we need is ...

Nihal Parthasarathi
Evolving Ed

How Our New CK-12 App Helps You Individualize Learning

Here’s a question for all the instructors, principals, and curriculum designers out there—how would your job be different if you had free, high quality, and customizable educational resources at your fingertips?

Dylan Rodgers
Evolving Ed

Why Educators and Students Should Learn in the Same Sandbox

As an education administrator, I’ve always believed that the tools we use and the behaviors and culture that define our leadership collectively have an impact on the what learning looks like in classrooms with students.

John Hendron
Evolving Ed

Cultivating Career Readiness: Collaborative Learning and Its Impact

Often in educational discussions, the term 21st century skills comes up. When people are talking about 21st century skills, they are usually referring to a set of standards that have been adopted by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills.

Jason Schmidt
Evolving Ed

The Smartest Person in the Room is the Room, and Our Room is Global

Innovation. It's a word that can make any consumer (and edtech conference goer) glaze over the moment it's uttered. As Dennis K. Berman put it in an interesting article entitled Is a Peanut Butter Pop-Tart an Innovation ...

Dylan Rodgers
Evolving Ed

Your Mobile Phone Bill is Sparking an Edtech Renaissance

Have you ever noticed that 90 cent charge at the bottom of your phone bill? Little did you know, that is the key to fueling a renaissance in education technology.

Jeremy Friedman
Evolving Ed

Snow or Not, Schools are Asking Students to Work from Home

In the past couple years, educators have changed the age old concept of a “snow day,” using LMSs, such as Schoology, to keep students engaged and learning while at home.

Dylan Rodgers
Evolving Ed

Personalized Learning Made Headlines on #GivingTuesday

In 2012, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving was dubbed #GivingTuesday.

Dylan Rodgers
Evolving Ed

Up for Discussion: How Can We Improve the Impact of High-Stakes Testing?

You probably saw that late last month the Obama Administration put out a call to limit K-12 student testing to less than two percent of classroom instruction time.

Dylan Rodgers
Evolving Ed

A Reason to Lift the Classroom Tech Ban: Technology Removes Barriers to Higher Ed Success, Study Finds

It can seem like a student’s entire academic life, up to age 18, is focused on getting into college. But when the time finally comes to move on to the next stage of education ...

Melton Littlepage