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How Educators Explore the Strategy of Implementation in Classrooms

  There are various types of teaching methods available for educators to pick and choose from. However, picking the one that not only works best for their students, but is also effective, Read more


Gossip about Gossip: How Platforms Provide Content Creators with Cryptocurrency Payment
March 28, 2023

In the rapidly growing world of cryptocurrency, getting paid for certain types of content via the digital medium is a lot more layered than meets the eye. According to Cointelegraph, the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened crypto payments as there was an increase of these payments. As content creators use various web platforms to promote and […]

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Gossip About Gossip: How Aberdeen Plans to Tokenize Investment Funds on Hedera
March 28, 2023

Private equity investments are often regarded as higher risk profiles than any other asset classes. Because of liquidity concerns and higher barriers of entry, everyday individual investors are steered away from alternative asset classes like private equity. That’s where fractionalization of large-scale investments through blockchain and DLT technology provides accessibility and privacy among individual investors. […]

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Using HIP to Improve Hedera Hashgraph
March 28, 2023

The Hedera Improvement Proposal (HIP) is a process established to help developers formulate new ideas and improvements within Hedera Hashgraph. According to InfoQ, workplace feedback helps boost efficiency. The method allows the development team’s members to submit their suggestions and receive constructive criticism and opinions from fellow developers. HIP allows Hedera to have an orderly […]

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How Educators Explore the Strategy of Implementation in Classrooms
February 13, 2023

There are various types of teaching methods available for educators to pick and choose from. However, picking the one that not only works best for their students, but is also effective, is another factor to consider. Regarding the science of reading, which is a wide- ranging discipline inclusive of both reading and writing, there […]

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VR & AR Proving to be the Next Best Tool in Education’s E-Learning Arsenal
November 17, 2022

The demand for VR & AR technologies is at an all-time high. Schools around the globe have seen serious shifts in the learning model over the past couple of years. Many classrooms have been forced to go all virtual and even upon return learning looks different, especially for K-12 institutions. Increasing demand for VR […]

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The Pandemic Helped Education Realize K-12 Education Has Outgrown its Purpose, How Will It Be Reimagined?
March 24, 2022

When Amy Valentine started her education career, she wasn’t quite sure where she’d end up. After working in traditional, blending and online school communities she realized her passion for education started with her statement, “I am an education enthusiast, in a non-traditional way.” To discuss her charity’s work and the future of education, Valentine sits […]

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A Lack of Support is Fueling A Teacher Crisis
March 17, 2022

Anna Murphy knows a thing or two about EdTech. After completing an internship in the EdTech marketing environment, she realized this sector needed a boost. As a result, she founded The EdTech Incubator, which helps “make education your competitive advantage.” In this episode of Voices of eLearning, Murphy sits down with hosts JW Marshall and […]

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The Standardized Test Evolution Must Center Both the Classroom and the System
September 27, 2021

We’ve been following the disruption of standardized testing for a while now, especially with departures at the state level and among education professionals in the wake of the pandemic. From California to Florida, the debate persists around whether today’s standardized tests can meet demands for more personalized, individualized and adaptive education per student. To keep […]

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Turning Federal Dollars into Revitalized Classrooms
August 31, 2021

Is it possible for a return to the classroom that reshapes the landscape of the classroom in a way that is more beneficial to the educator and the students? We pitched this to the owner of 3 independent schools in New York, Carmello Piazza. Various funds, including ARP ESSER, are available for U.S. schools to […]

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How Artificial Intelligence Can Improve the Classroom Experience
August 2, 2021

Levi Belnap wants to make this clear from the beginning—artificial intelligence will never replace human teachers, at least not in our lifetime. What he and his colleagues at Merlyn Mind believe is that AI can enhance teachers’ work. On this episode of EdTech Today, Levi introduces us to his nascent company’s offering and provides […]

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What EdTech Can Do for Teachers
February 12, 2021

For years before the pandemic (BP), Dr. Monica Burns went from school to school, airport to airport, to help educators make the most of new technologies in the classroom. Now restrained to Zoom calls, she still has a unique perspective of what thousands of teachers are experiencing during this crisis. In this episode of EdTech […]

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Getting Back to Hands-On Creative Learning
January 18, 2021

Celebrating the leaders and experts that are powering education into the future, host JW Marshall sets out to ask the “right questions” in EdTech to understand the changes in policy and technology that will power our universities, tradeschools, and companies – and drive growth in upskilling certifications.   The way teachers teach and students learn […]

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