Students today respond to educators who are savvy when it comes to technology. Laura
The July 15th issue of eSchool News has an interesting article that lists 15 Open Educational Resources (OER) that are free to use under a special license. The article, by Laura Devaney, Managing Editor of the enewsletter, lists the features of each resource, an evaluation, and links so you can learn more about them. Read more
Paulette is a reading and ESL teacher for grades K-6 at Conway Grammar School. She works with a wonderful team of educators and has a supportive community.
As one of this year’s Pioneer Valley Teachers of Excellence Awards recipients, we asked her the following questions: Continue Reading »
Oh Noah!, teaches Spanish to children ages six to eight using animated videos and games that help build vocabulary. Teachers can find National Standards and learning objectives on PBS Learning Media and short videos to watch in the classroom. Continue Reading »
No question that there’s an increased use of digital devices by students today.
On Wednesday, July 23, 8pm on WGBY you can delve into the incredible story of Chantek, the orangutan raised as a human child on an American university campus during the 70s and 80s. Continue Reading »
The staff of eSchool News have put together a provocative article in their July 7th edition concerning self-paced blended learning. The article states that, “traditional teaching usually keeps all students at the same learning position. This is unnatural. As self-paced courses ‘mature,’ they continue to improve; resources get fine-tuned and teachers become comfortable and confident. Continue Reading »