Students with diagnosed reading disabilities spend more of their educational hours in intensive reading instruction than the average reader. For this student, reading as a leisure activity often seems just out of reach.
Since it began in 2013, Hour of Code has been promoted as an event that can change a young person's life by exposing him or her to the wonders of computing even if only for 60 minutes. But is Hour of Code really an effective...
It's not news that schools have gone digital. Learning is touted as "anywhere, anytime." About 50 percent of teachers report having a one-to-one computing program. But what happens if a student doesn't have internet access...
One area that has remained relatively untouched by Silicon Valley's famed "disruptive" ethos is the design of public school classrooms, which for the most part have remained essentially unchanged since the one-room schoolhouse. Especially...
As the national attention to fake news and the debate over what to do about it continue, one place many are looking for solutions is in the classroom. Since a recent Stanford study showed that students at practically all grade levels can't determine fake news from the real...
Innovation doesn't simply involve throwing technology into a classroom. It requires unconventional ideas, foresight, thoughtfulness, and dedication to student learning. And as the world becomes more connected, schools are making every attempt...
The Google Chromebook, a type of stripped-down laptop, isn't a practical mobile device for many people — mostly because it basically turns into an expensive paperweight whenever it can't find a Wi-Fi connection. Yet Chromebooks have defied expectations and made major...
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