In this webinar we discuss strategies and techniques for using data to drive your instruction. We will share tracking techniques, processes, and how you can use results to improve your teaching.
The mobile gaming phenomenon that is Pokemon Go seems like it was intentionally designed to aggravate teachers. Ever struggled to get a student off his phone? Try it when there’s a wild Pikachu roaming the playground. It’s a fad that won’t fade, at least anytime soon. So maybe it’s time to stop fighting the inevitable […]
Counting whole numbers is one of the first fundamentals of mathematics that children learn. Help them to understand how to count objects up to 8 with our great game, At A Snail’s Pace. If you don’t have a computer in class, you can make this fantastic octopus from Crayon Freckles. You are just a file […]
There’s a lot of misunderstanding about flipped learning. Some spruik it as a miracle cure for all educational woes. Flipped learning: upgrade your students, optimize your classroom! Others declaim it as an ineffective method of teaching, demanding that teachers spend hours developing skills to create digital resources that students may not even access. Just like […]
Sitting a child down to do math sometimes involves a batch of superglue and lead weights, but put them in front of a video game and you need to remove them physically from the couch. Despite the different reactions to the two, math and video games have a lot in common. Both involve logic, the […]
What if you told your students that the same technology that makes Iron Man a superhero is going to help them finish their math homework? As technological development rushes on at breakneck speed, devices that once would only have existed in the pages of comic books are steadily becoming commonplace. From personal computers to smartphones, […]