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20 Percent Time and Project Based Learning

Utilizing Project Based Learning and “20 Percent Time” in Schools

Melissa Speetjens, the Principal at Waimea Canyon Middle School on the island of Kauai (the westernmost middle school in the United States), is a mentor in the Hawaiʻi Innovative...

Helping English Language Learners Succeed

In states like California, up to 20 percent of students are English Language Learners, but we're not just talking about Spanish. ELLs speak 150 different languages in the U.S.,...

Student Data Is Like a Scale for Improvement

Using data is like jumping on a scale. You can weigh yourself over and over again, but until you do something about the number you see on the scale,...
social emotional learning

Social-Emotional Learning, Seasonality in Marketing, and Used Clothes

Here's the rundown for the August 23rd episode of Business Casual with Daniel Litwin & Tyler Kern: Lauren Farrell, MarketScale's senior director of marketing, joined the show to discuss...
social emotional learning program

Harvard Professor Defends Social-Emotional Learning Program

The Education Liberty Watch recently published a piece attacking the educational philosophy of social-emotional learning. Curious to learn how others feel about this method of learning, Daniel Litwin had...
Jim Christensen said

Robots in the Classroom and on the Red Planet

For most of us reading this, it's been a minute since we've attended middle school. Naturally, you’d imagine the textbooks currently in use have been updated over the years....
Julie Robinson said

The Future of Education: How Blended Learning Prepares Students for Success

Gone are the days of overhead projectors and composition notebooks in the classroom. The technology revolution has made its way into education. Some critics frown upon the rapid influx...
how to spot fake news

Should Schools Teach Students How to Spot Fake News?

While the educational curriculum has not changed markedly for many students over the years, the world around the classroom has rapidly changed. This dynamic begs the question of whether the...

6 Habits of Highly Effective E-Teachers

6 Habits of highly effective e-teachers Some of us can distinctly recall a charismatic, persuasive or empathetic teacher – someone who cut through our teenage turmoil and managed to teach us...
Jenielyn Padernal tells

Why Schools Struggle to Produce Work-Ready Graduates for Tech Fields

On this episode of the EdTech Podcast, host Tyler Kern sat down with Jenielyn Padernal, director of e-learning integration at Cypher Learning to discuss the challenges some educational institutions...
William Ward says

Why Teaching Graphic Design Means Constantly Learning

Technology has driven change in just about every industry. Often this is associated with the acceleration of process and production, but the design world is also being shaped by...
Travis Rink says

Making Robotics Easier to Implement in STEM Classrooms

Robotics kits are becoming a standard teaching tool in the classroom, but there’s still a lot of complexity and cost associated with incorporating this popular STEM tool, said longtime...
Dr. Jack Green says

IT in the Classroom: “It Just Has to Work”

Paper and pencils are out, laptops and tablets are in. Today’s students utilize a wealth of technology in the classroom but ensuring that the network and connected devices run...
Chrissy Allard talk

Device Management in the Classroom Gives Teachers Their Time Back

The primary school classroom has changed dramatically in just the last 20 years. Computer Science classes used to cover typing speed and little more. Today, kids must be primed...
Dr. Georgia Thompson says

Technology is Proving Successful for Early Literacy Efforts

Technology tools, like the online learning portal from Dallas-based Istation, are not only helping students in elementary school, but they are aiding early literacy efforts for kids just coming...
Sue Wasiolek & Cooper Jones says

Rah Rah Combines Multiple Student Life Platforms into One System

College life has become more personalized and diversified with seemingly endless choices for students, but one student life platform is making this kind of discovery easier for students and...
Michelle Kelley & Skip Ernst says

More Resources for Registrars Will Mean Better Education for Students

University curriculums have mostly kept pace with new majors, changing careers, and student interests, but one area that’s been left behind is the class scheduling process. Higher education administrators...
Jon Corippo says

Rethinking the Classroom and Taking Desks Out of the Equation

We all have in our minds what a classroom looks like—desks, structure, all eyes to the whiteboard, or screens at the front. While technology has undoubtedly woven its way...
predictive assessments

Predictive Assessments Can Lead to More Personalized Instruction

Educators have known for a while that personalized, one-on-one education is the way forward for the classroom. But the reality is, with large classrooms and tight schedules, giving this...

Where Do You Find the Money to Fund STEM Education?

Funding for education initiatives is not just a school district or state issue, it is national one. The current state of our workforce, with consistently changing technology and a...

With Tight School Budgets, Where Do You Cut Costs? A Superintendent’s Perspective, with Katie...

Whether within or without the industry, most can agree on the importance of education and giving children all of the tools they need to be successful, especially as the...

FETC According to Matt Miller

Putting the students first can seem like an obvious idea when it comes to education, but sometimes it can get lost in the noise created by new and exciting...

Teachers, Make Time for One on One Tutoring in the Classroom, with Ryan Patenaude...

Continuous improvement is the crux of our schooling system, not only for students but for educators, too. What the industry has seen, both through shifts in culture and technology,...

Bringing New Technology to a School District of 7000 with Rachelle Butz of Monroe...

What do you do when technology in your school district is outdated, inaccessible to all students and only in their hands a few times a month? In this digital...

MarketScale EdTech 02/05/19: Where Does EdTech Fit into the Workplace?

On today’s MarketScale EdTech Podcast Show, we talk to Monica Burns and MarketScale's own Emily Rector about the use of AR in the classroom and the use of EdTech—including...