In a classroom - physical or virtual, the communication between students and teachers is a complex network. Teachers need to have the attention of all students when delivering lessons, students need to interact with teachers and each other to share their insights and collaborate, groups should be able to interact with each other and the teacher needs to have individual conversations with each student or a specific group. These important learning experiences aren’t easily reflected in a Zoom or Adobe Connect call. Educators need a solution to learning online. Enter virtual classrooms.
In these webinars, you will get to know about the new projects taking place; a session based on Resource Sharing and how Tipasa can help you simplify your interlibrary loan processes and enhance your patron experience at the same time; and an OCLC Update where we will share all our latest news from the cooperative.
Plagiarism is an ever-present threat to academic integrity and original thinking. If you do not quote and reference correctly, research that has previously been done cannot be identified properly and academia would most likely be engulfed in constant fights over who came up with what.
Finland is well-known for thinking outside the box when it comes to education and its universities are no exception.
There is not one way for kids to learn Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). In the past, book learning and lectures were a popular way to teach...
The future is a realm of all sorts of unimaginable possibilities. But it isn’t too difficult to answer the question of where VR will be in the next five years.
Finland has a long and well-deserved reputation for innovation in education which appears to yield results, with its universities recently ranking..
In India, the fifth of September is celebrated as Teacher’s Day, commemorating the birth of Dr. S Radhakrishnan, the first Vice President and second President of India.
You may not realize it, but you’re probably already using Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) in your daily life today.
littleBits’ New Line of Three STEAM Inventor Kits Gives Young Changemakers the Tools to Change their World
Technology is moving faster than teachers and children can keep up with.
You already know that kids learn important skills, including creativity and problem solving, by working on STEM projects at school.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit my hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, for our inaugural meeting of the Americas Regional Council.
For the last three decades the student/teacher ratio has increased by 30% - in the US there are 26.8 pupils per teacher for public secondary schools.
As teachers, we often have to get creative when it comes to preparing our students for the innovative and forward-thinking career paths they may take in the future.
I’ve always been impressed by the incredible creativity and inventiveness public library staff show as they evolve to meet the needs of their local communities.
The clean energy future isn’t just possible and desirable – it’s essential. On a vital, basic level, our decisions and actions will determine whether the Anthropocene will be an age in which human ingenuity and responsibility will allow 10 billion people..
the open online learning management system (LMS) that makes teaching and learning easier, announced several new tools and enhancements today at its annual edtech conference,
Jerald Jolito is an instructional technologist, science and robotics teacher at Pecos High School, Texas. He’s also a pi-top champion.