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Flat Stanley Redefined

This Flat Stanley traveled among 22 cities and 10 countries including Brazil, Chile, China, England, Iceland, Italy, Mexico, and the United States!

A group of second grade teachers was looking to reach a broader range of friends and global connections with the  256 more words

Reflection

Emotional Intelligence in Students

Most of us realize, as we go through life that success is not about being the smartest person around. Intellectual capability alone guarantees nothing. Success is also dependent upon how you approach problems and deal with undesirable, sometimes unforeseen circumstances. 630 more words

Education

Becoming a Master of Data Overlords from #EdTechVanguard

With all of the assessment data that we as teachers collect over the course of the school year, keeping track of everything can seem very daunting. 518 more words

Should Computing be in Classrooms?

Response to WSJ article: Does Technology Belong in the Classroom? 

What’s the Question?
“Does technology belong in the classroom?” is the wrong question. Instead, we should be asking; “Is the classroom the best technology for this student to learn this lesson?” The answer depends on the student and the content of the lesson more than on the wrapper – classroom, informal group or solo space with distance presentation device. 850 more words

Education

Podcast Ep7: Interview with Andela Co-founder

Digital Drift had the opportunity to interview Iyin Aboyeji – cofounder of Andela – A global talent accelerator that aims to produce 100,000 world class software developers across Africa in 10 years. 180 more words

Podcast

EdFuse Teacher Summit

Edfuse’s first of a series of interactive and collaborative events, to encourage innovation and ideas between teachers and edtech creators, took place in London on the 28th march at BPP Business School. 129 more words

Edtech

Invictus - Nelson Mandela Interview

This is the last known interview with Mandela before he was arrested and imprisoned a little more than a year later.

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