In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, we want to save you time, energy and money when it comes to finding apps for your classroom. Take a look at this list of 35 free apps for educators from scholastic.com.
This article tackles some of the most common misconceptions about blended learning—especially for teachers—and provides suggestions on how to address those concerns to ensure a successful blended learning implementation. Take a look!
Educators often make the assumption that all students enjoy the freedom of technology in the classroom. While most students jump at the opportunity to search the Internet to research a project, or do their homework digitally, others worry about the distractions and temptations of self-paced learning. Could children’s relationships with technology in school be more complicated than adults may have imagined? Learn more… Read More »
As more and more school districts provide take-home technology to students, the concept of holding classes online (especially during inclement weather) continues to build momentum. Want to know more? This article offers an exceptional in-depth look at the benefits of online learning.
CEC’s 2015 Federal Outlook for Exceptional Children is designed to explain to lawmakers and their staff the critical need for funding programs for children with disabilities and/or giftedness, and provide budgetary recommendations for doing so.