Anyone with children knows that technology is changing the way kids and young adults communicate: Phone calls have been replaced by texting or Snapchatting, board games have been replaced by immersive multi-player online games, and books have been replaced by tablets and vlogs. This article below is about the Always on generation and our use of data to program for them.
For the rest of the article <https://cdt.org/blog/always-on-the-digital-student/>
Awesome example of how streamed media can create excitement in the classroom.
During our final Book Talk on Air with the 3rd graders this year, Mo O’Hara joined us. At the end of our broadcast, she told the kids that she would send us her newest book (which isn’t even out in the US yet), and this was their reaction…
Check out Mo’s website to learn more about her – http://www.moohara.co.uk/
ASCD Faculty members Ann Cunningham-Morris, Daniele Massey, and Randi Robarts discuss blended professional learning strategies to meet the unique needs of districts, schools, administrators, and teachers.
ASCD is a global community dedicated to excellence in learning, teaching, and leading. Comprising 140,000 members—superintendents, principals, teachers, and advocates from more than 138 countries—the ASCD community also includes 56 affiliate organizations. ASCD’s innovative solutions promote the success of each child. To learn more about how ASCD supports educators as they learn, teach, and lead, visit http://www.ascd.org.
I saw this video today and I thought what a great philosophy for our students and even ourselves.