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Quick Guide: Reaching Every Student

• Reaching the Unreachable: 3 Teachers Tell Their True Stories<br>• 10 Tools to Use Now to Help Struggling Students<br>• Credit Recovery 101

Putting the FORM in Formative Assessment

• What is essential for students to know or be able to do after this lesson?<br>• How can I assess that?<br>• How will this information change that lesson or …

Top Tips, Tools and Techniques for Easy Formative Assessment

<i>a Talk with Tony Vincent</i>From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki DavisFollow @coolcatteacher on TwitterA secret to great teaching is to understand …

Teaching

Rethinking the (Under-)Education System

“Great intentions are what spur people to collective action, and without such intentions, the inspiration that is fuel for real breakthroughs never …

The Antithesis of Agency

Q: “In five years, what will be different about your business?”<p>A: “The way we serve our end customer. We will be able to provide a highly …

Six Things Teachers and District Leaders Can Do To Support Formative Assessment

Many district leaders and administrators use the valuable summer months to plan for the return of teachers and students to the classroom. In many …

Pedagogy

The 2016 Honor Roll: EdTech’s Must-Read K-12 IT Blogs

By D. Frank SmithGurus, communities, leaders and all-stars highlight this year’s latest batch of the top K-12 blogs.

K-12

[Infographic] Assessment for Learning

The primary measurement for student growth has long been the standardized test: students’ performance reflects what they’ve learned, determines their …

Connect Your Classroom Through SeeSaw Connected Blogs

On Tuesday morning at the ISTE 2016 conference I sat down with the founder of the popular digital portfolio tool, SeeSaw. He showed me some of …

Seesaw: The Learning Journal

• How Can I Teach with This Tool?<br>• What Is It?<br>• Is It Good for Learning?<p>How Can I Teach with This Tool?<p>Teachers at all grade levels and across all content …

Top picks for back-to-school tech this fall

Student showing school work in a digital portfolio, part of Seesaw: The Learning Journal's features. (Seesaw)<p>An app that lets teachers turn …

Tech in the classroom changes school's culture

CLOSE<p>As parents, we often subscribe to a "do as I say, not as I do" mentality. This is dangerously apparent with our teen drivers, and studies have …

App adds new level to students' learning

A Hastings school is leading the way for its young students in more ways than one.<p>Ebbett Park School is one of the first in the country to take part …

App connects kindergartener to mother on other side of the world

ATHENS, Ala. - One Athens City School teacher thought outside the box and started using an app to teach the kids in her classroom. But the program …

App in action

The Oberoi International School has been using an app that goes by the rather playful name SeeSaw, from Grade 4 all the way down to nursery, since …

App for parents at Calwell Primary School aims to answer 'what did you do at school today?'

Students at a Canberra Primary School can no longer say they did nothing at school today, with parents using a new app to keep tabs on their progress.<p>…

Online Life

Heritage Elementary magnet school opens in Tustin with a little baggage and a lot of innovation

TUSTIN The first day of school was fast approaching, yet Heritage Elementary Principal Beth Rabel Blackman was still hammering out basic …

Black Culture

Classroom learning gets a boost from education app Seesaw

In high school, I worked furiously to hide my phone from my teachers. If a phone rang in class, student and device were sent straight to the …

How Seesaw accidentally became a teacher’s pet at 1/4 of US schools

It began as just another photo sharing startup founded by a Facebook exec. It ended up in 200,000 classrooms from kindergarten to 12th grade in 25,000 schools across 100 countries. All because of one truism: When a student’s audience is the world, they want their work to be good. When their …

Education Technology