Author Archives: victorrivero

Do Adults Really Know Best?

Turns out, focusing on a child’s interests can matter more than the child’s reading level. GUEST COLUMN | by Lindsey Hill When it comes to fighting reading deficiency in our children, adults don’t always know best. (We think we do, … Continue reading

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A Startup Story

Lessons learned from an edtech company founder and teacherpreneur. GUEST COLUMN | by Zak Ringelstein True, some of the greatest companies started in a garage. Mine, however, began at my dining room table with me frustrated and fatigued, hunched over … Continue reading

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Active Learning

How to create an active classroom experience with technology.   GUEST COLUMN | by Jessica Sanders The traditional teaching method of giving a lesson at the front of the class puts you, the teacher, in an active position but leaves … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | KUBI

KUBI is a telepresence robot that delivers a simple and elegant solution for more engaging video conferencing and distance learning. Japanese for neck, it’s a flexible, affordable robotic platform that holds any tablet. This enables remote students or teachers to … Continue reading

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An Issue of School Culture

Tech wisdom from one of the nation’s first fully digital curriculum public school districts. GUEST COLUMN | by Matt Federoff Education today has to meet the expectations that our learners bring from the rest of their daily experiences. As they … Continue reading

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