Developments in modern technology have inarguably proven to be a beneficial thing to instructors and students alike.
Whether or not you’re crazy about the idea, technology is becoming more and more integrated into educational strategies and the way that we deliver instruction to our students.
Introduced by the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the pledge is targeted at making sure our students and their families can enjoy the educational benefits of new technology without falling victim to the loss or theft of personal information.
BOSTON (December 16, 2014) – Mentoring Minds, a national provider of K-12 educational resources, announced today it signed the Privacy Pledge, an initiative of The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) and the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) designed to safeguard privacy regarding the collection, maintenance and use of student personal information. The Pledge, developed by the FPF and SIIA under the guidance of U.S. Representatives Jared Polis (Colorado) and Luke Messer (Indiana), and...
If you or a teacher in your school are currently considering using Twitter as a means of interaction between you, your students and their families, take a look at these tips and suggestions.
Recently, in Arizona, local preschools got some good news as a very large federal grant was approved to benefit the institutions.
Regardless of what your personal beliefs are, there are many people out there who are striving to prove that the pros of using social media in instruction outweigh the cons.
Whether you’re preparing for a new class of students to enter your room this academic year or simply trying to revamp your current arrangement, take a look at these tips for bettering classroom engagement through tactical design
Writing is one of the most important tasks that a student engages in.
Take a look at a few of the ways that e-books and e-readers can help better your instruction and the learning experience of your students.