Category Archives: Research

Let Them Show You How They Learn

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A year into the pandemic, the instructional sands keep shifting from in-person, to remote, to concurrent (or hybrid) and back again. And almost every conversation I have with educators regardless of whether they are classroom teachers, instructional specialists or administrators is around student engagement. Sometimes these conversations are with administrators concerned about the increasing numbers […]

Technology aside, connect and bond with your children

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We all crave those close moments with our children that make our hearts melt. Connection is as essential to us parents as it is to our children, because that’s what makes parenting worth all the sacrifices. That connection is also the only reason children willingly follow our rules. Kids who feel strongly connected to their […]

Kids Can Code Too!

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While coding jobs are highly demanded these days. Coding might just be the basic skill required 10 years later for work, home or anything that helps solve certain tech related issues. One of the most important objectives in education is to prepare students for their future careers. Over the last two decades, coding and programming […]

Your Child Loves Learning Online But Not In School

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Many of them don’t even hate school as an idea. They don’t dislike what they’re learning. They dislike how they’re being made to learn it. One of the most important things for educators – both seasoned veterans and those who are new to the job – to understand is that students don’t hate education. Learning […]

Why Media Literacy Matters For Your Child?

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Part of media literacy is the crucial ability to determine the reliability of all that information. Media literacy has become a more important consideration in our children’s futures than ever. Educators must be familiar with the media’s role in our changing woguiderld. It’s here to stay as the main component of how society shares information […]

Digital Distraction vs Digital Supplementation

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Being distracted by technology isn’t a new thing, but today’s tech is different. Digital distraction is a term only those living in our Information Age might know. Being distracted by technology isn’t a new thing, but today’s tech is different. It’s personal—so personal, in fact, that we can’t imagine living our lives without it now. […]

Using Social Media For Classroom Research

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Did you know it’s possible for students to use social media as a classroom research tool? Over the years social media has evolved from being a mere communication platform where people can connect with their long-time friends. It has matured into a platform where people conduct real business in addition to just making connections. Facebook […]

How Has Technology Has Changed Education

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Much like death and taxes, education is an essential part of human life. In fact, unlike death and taxes, education is a part of the rest of the animal kingdom as well. Teaching the young is simply something that we do—helping them understand the world, make better choices and pass knowledge on to the next […]

Developing Your Child’s Online Research and Content Analysis Skills

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Teaching online research skills to our learners Is crucial for many reasons. You already know as a teacher that you can communicate the answers to many questions in your classes quite quickly. Your students can frantically write down everything you say, read the textbooks you use in your lessons, and learn by discussing ideas with […]