Many public school teachers are encountering students whose native languages are not English.
With an understanding of technology now being a necessary component not only to be successful academically but also in the workforce, it is important to find positive ways to steer teachers toward an integrated curriculum.
Self-regulated learning, often abbreviated to SRL, is a pedagogical technique in which students utilize metacognitive strategies to evaluate their individual progress and consider their educational motivation.
Digital storytelling can be an important asset in creating an integrated classroom.
Blended learning can seem like a complicated process, partly because the definition of this contemporary pedagogical method is still not concrete.
The use of online and video role-playing games to produce strong learning strategies has significantly altered the educational world.
Through the use of Twitter and a blog, teachers in New Zealand have been able to get kids interested in learning by using the kinds of social media technologies that they encounter in their lives outside of school every day.
When used regularly, SMART Boards can play a transformative role in developing an integrated curriculum.
Modernizing the E-Rate would be a pivotal step in leading the U.S. towards curriculum integration.