Abstraction occurs through filtering out the extraneous information to identify what’s most important. Learn how this concept can be integrated in student learning.
We’ve all been there: bombarded with the overwhelming number of edtech tools. How do you decide what tools to use, explore, or get trained on?
Tech integration extends far beyond the classroom. For parents to support their students, they too need opportunities to build skills like digital citizenship.
Delivering PD in the same way teachers are expected to teach and facilitate learning creates relevance and understanding through hands-on practice.
In order grasp the meaning and intention of personalized learning and pursue its promised benefits, it’s important to start with the history behind it as well.
Computer science builds a pipeline of workers, encourages equity and inclusion, develops foundational digital skills, and promotes a growth mindset.
A tech coach shares how she built a computer science makerspace to spark student imagination and teach them how to create using technology.