Padlet is an online bulletin board tool used by many – from parents to educators. There are multiple ways to use this wonderful tool; and today I am sharing some ideas that college and university educators could use in their online classrooms.
The application of technology for disabled students is an exciting new educational approach that is gaining ground. The differently-abled thrive in an environment where they are given access to accommodations that help them learn to the best of their abilities. Assistive Technology, equipment that helps to mitigate learning deficits, helps to make this a reality by enabling disabled students learn in new ways. This article introduces students, parents, and tutors to the fast-growing technological tools positively impacting learning.
Does social media have the power to improve virtual education? Can it solve most of the problems both online educators as well as online students strive to overcome each and every day? Would incorporating it into virtual teaching and learning make a difference? Check out this great article by guest blogger Emily Johnson for more information.
One of the greatest issues in the contemporary classroom is that many teachers still refuse to embrace technology and make it a part of the education process. Click here for a great article by guest blogger Lori Wade describing 5 ways in which the internet and technology can be used to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom.
Google offers powerful tools that make classroom management more effective. In addition, these tools can help teachers promote engagement in the classroom. Take a look at 7 different tools that can turn the classroom into an attractive learning environment. Read suggestions for implementing these tools and see how easily you can make learning and your classroom more engaging!