Posts by Caroline Vander Ark
One of the most inspiring moments at SXSWedu this year was hearing the raw passion and excitement two educators have for both their students and personalized learning, as evidenced by the song lyrics from their performances at Battle Rounds.
Many have spoken about the importance of fostering an enduring love of learning and ongoing growth, and it will continue to grow in importance in the coming years. In this post, we talk about why that is, and what shapes lifelong learning can take.
Whether a teacher, school leader or service provider, you’re in the cause marketing business. Cause marketing, in the broadest sense, is a marketing effort for social or charitable cause.
In his new book Reclaiming the Classroom, Trenton Goble shares words of wisdom for teachers, principles, unions, and edtech companies.
In an effort to continue working smarter, not harder, our team has been trying out some new task and project management tools. Being organized and communicating well is essential for success with team members in four time zones. Here is a quick scan of tools our team is currently using.
Crowdsourcing: obtaining services and solutions from an online community. We saw 8 great examples of crowdsourcing at work in education in 2015.
In celebration of Hour of Code and Computer Science Education Week (December 7-11) we dug into the Getting Smart vault to share our top 10 favorite coding and computer science blogs. They are packed full of resources for educators, parents, students and thought leaders.