Most teachers know this
These four pillars are the foundation of the classroom. Two pillars center upon the environment. Without flexibility and an established learning culture, the environment won’t be conducive to learning. The other two pillars, intentional content and the professional educator, are equally foundational.Continue reading “Use Learning Port to Flip your Classroom”
Are you worried about your student spending too much time on the Internet? Do you think that your child is texting when she should be doing school work?
These are all common concerns for a parent raising a child in the 21st-century. Parents who were educated before the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) system, need to understand the 21st-century classroom instead of fearing it.Continue reading “Are You In or Are You Out?”
The Essential 21st-century Skill
The essential 21st-century skills include creative thinking and innovation, problem-solving and reasoning, global and cultural awareness, collaboration and technological literacy.Continue reading “Teaching in the 21st-century Classroom: Learning Port’s Simple Version”
When students use Snapchat or Instagram during class, what are they trying to tell us?
In 2015, The Telegraph posted an article suggesting that humans have a shorter attention span than goldfish, thanks to smartphones. If this is true, then most of their readers did not read the conclusion: Continue reading “Attention Span and Technology”