Video Games in the Classroom

By Todd Marks Think about the age-old model of putting students in rows for learning. In many of today’s classrooms, not much has changed, despite the fact that this generation of students is extremely tech-savvy and technology is currently available to facilitate innovative improvements in schools. What is preventing schools from adapting with the times? […]

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Low-Tech or High-Tech; Games Help Instruction

A recent story from Edutopia’s Tech2Learn Series highlights how technology helps one teacher differentiate instruction. Using a variety of programs, education blogger and teacher Robert Pronovost tailors math instruction to match students’ individual learning styles. And as his data revealed, Pronovost’s students are improving at a much greater rate than students have in the past […]

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