Recently, we took a brief look at just how valuable discussion can be as an instructional tool. After exploring various uses for the discussions on Schoology, we shared how we had planned on making them even better.
Well the moment of truth has arrived! Check out your new and improved Schoology discussions.
Increased Overall Scanability
The first thing you'll notice about our new discussions is the updated look and feel. What you may not notice immediately is how quickly ...
Are you going to ISTE 2015? If you are, make sure to drop by booth #900. We'll be there along with some of the infamous Schoology Ambassadors and community members to share the good news of connected education.
And if you decide to make the trip, we'll hook you up with some awesome swag.
During this three day education extravaganza, we'll be giving presentations every hour, on the hour. Some of these will be given by Schoology reps. Most ...
Discussion is one of the most effective tools in any educator's arsenal. Great minds throughout history have favored learning through discussion—known to many as the Socratic Method—for its ability to engage students, build bridges between seemingly disparate ideas, and stimulate critical thinking.
Nowadays, we have a much greater range in how we can participate in the Socratic Method. Take Schoology discussions for example. Students and educators can comment ...
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Summertime in the US is right around the corner. And even though this spring is dragging its feet on the way out, our latest mobile app updates will kick the heat up a few notches.
As you know, we're constantly working to make the Schoology app more feature rich, more streamlined, more ... well, you get the point. And today, we'd like to announce our iOS app v3.6 and our Android app v3.2.
iOS Updates for Version 3.6
We never stop learning. From the moment we wake up to the moment we drift off to sleep (and even while we sleep!) we're absorbing information, organizing it, and applying it to our lives.
In fact, the average American consumes roughly 34 gigabytes of information every day just from content—news, YouTube, etc. (Global Information Industry Center, 2009). But what do we do with all this information?
The smart thing would be to use it to fuel and enhance our own ...