Educational designer Dr. Bob Dillon leads you through nine key concepts to examine in parallel to health and safety requirements this fall, including rethinking grading practices, designing engaging lessons, and leveraging librarians and specialists.
Although they’re often called “digital natives,” kids don’t always have a firm grasp of all the digital tools out there and how to use them safely. Get ideas on how librarians and educators can help students become digitally literate.
Librarians and educators are tasked with the important job of helping students become good digital citizens. Get ideas and resources for ways you can teach students to be safe online and leave a positive digital footprint.
Two years ago, educators at Mineral Point Middle and High Schools found it difficult to plan maker activities and find the supplies and tools required. After they got the TeacherGeek Maker Cart, their problems were solved and hands-on, project-based learning reached new heights throughout the school.
The new school year always brings a wealth of opportunities to try new things. Matthew Winner provides questions you can ask yourself to jump-start your thinking, new ideas for your classroom or library, and plenty of resources to make the next school year the best one yet!