In the 1 to 1 classroom, it is easy to share a screen with the whole class simply by connecting to a projector. Needing to do so, however, does not need to tie you to the four walls of your more »
The standard keyword search has its place, but there are advantages to varying how you and your students navigate the web. One way to search online is using tags. Tags are descriptions, often one word, created by the person who more »
It is easy to have particular medium in mind when assigning a student project. You may, for example, envisage a PowerPoint or Keynote accompaniment to a student’s oral presentation. This line of thinking makes sense, in that as teachers, we more »
Some students have an easier time than other creating a storyline. Whether you are storytelling with very young students or adolescents, here is a technique using visuals to help students construct their stories using a different starting point.
When studying a particular time period or contextualizing a particular concept, alluding to the arts help students have a more rounded picture and engage more of the senses. Fortunately, this has never been easier to do in a seamlessly integrated more »
Sometimes it doesn’t take much to teach students to add a little sophistication to their writing. Teachers across all grade levels and subject areas should find this “LT Quick Tip” useful. Click on the picture to see our short video.
Highlighting and reflecting upon the process associated with a project or task, such as writing an essay may perhaps be more important than the end result produced by its completion. Technological access in the classroom makes this process more efficient more »
The name Google Earth is almost becoming a misnomer due to the application’s plethora of possibilities. With its “Exploring Mars, Moon and Sky” feature, one can adventure through constellations, explore the surface of the moon alone or by taking a guided more »
Would you like to show your students examples of sculpture from around the world? Visit a variety of bridges in order to discuss their individual designs? Explore unique habitats? Survey famous archeological sites? While there is inarguably no replacement for experiencing a more »