Posts by Erik Day
If you believe in what you’re doing, you should be talking about what you’re doing. If you’ve found a new way to improve students’ learning, students everywhere deserve a chance to benefit from your discovery.
I like to imagine what a learning experience would look like wherein students have access to VR that is both tied to curriculum and automatically tailored to their competency via machine learning. Here's a look at one company providing a step in that direction.
Classcraft, a classroom role-playing game that places students on real-life teams to improve SEL outcomes and student engagement, today announced a new round of funding. Learn more here.
If you’re looking to expand the horizons of your approach to post-secondary readiness with a research-based 30,000 feet approach to the “why” and “how,” Rethinking Readiness can serve as a fount of ideas.
It comes as no surprise that many are seeking ways to introduce new and innovative EdTech games into their curriculum. Should you join them in giving it a try?
Solid research is the underpinning of innovations that have a truly positive impact on those whom they touch. In this post, we look at a new tool that's improving access to relevant, high-quality education research.
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I was first invited to go on a school visit in my home district of Federal Way, where I received my 20th-century education. Read more about how the district is making strides towards next-gen learning here.