After the Education Technology and Blended Learning Summit, hosted by the National Association of Independent Schools, I’m equal parts tired and ecstatic.
Pixton allows students to really hone their writing, and to improve upon their craft in a more relaxed, non-threatening way.
It seems that somebody at the College Board is being misinformed, minds can’t be made up, or serious clarification needs to be offered.
As I think about all of the terrific things teachers do, I’m also left wondering why we don’t have a “Student Appreciation Week.”
In the near future, technology will play an even more fundamental role in transforming not only how we teach, but also how students learn.
It had to be the superhero comic that I always wanted to make, but with a math lesson embedded within!
The most successful alumni relations offices make a concerted effort to get to know students while they are just that.
It doesn’t really matter how “tech savvy” you are, as long as you feel inspired to rethink how you approach teaching.
Hennessey and McConnell’s work represents some of the best of what comics and graphic novels can do for education.
My students analyze the inaugural cover of Captain America, depicting super-soldier Steve Rogers knocking out Adolf Hitler.