Dr. Jodi Asbell-Clarke explains how STEM education and project-based learning can be used effectively to reach and teach neurodivergent learners.
Explore FigJam, an online whiteboard that’s a feature-loaded alternative to Google Jamboard, which is sunsetting at the end of 2024.
Angela Maiers talks about the importance of mattering and unlocking your personal genius.
Explore the benefits of being grateful and consider 10 digital gratitude activities that you can integrate into your classroom.
Dr. John Spencer joins us to talk about his new book, The A.I. Roadmap: Human Learning in the Age of Smart Machines, and how artificial intelligence is impacting K–12 education.
In today’s episode, we’ll explore ways to integrate technology into a Socratic Seminar.
Thomas C. Murray joins us to talk about his book, Personal and Authentic: Designing Learning Experiences That Impact a Lifetime, and the importance of relationships in the classroom.
Explore the phenomenon of filter bubbles and look at 10 ways to mitigate this challenge.
Annie Kirking helps us unpack ways to support beginning educators through mentoring and support systems.
Explore the unique capabilities of Claude 2—a generative AI chatbot developed by Anthropic—and consider several practical uses for educators.
Erin Rehnblom, a first grade teacher, discusses strategies and benefits of integrating technology with her students.
Review features of a writing assistant with artificial intelligence, Grammarly, as well as its new AI tool, GrammarlyGO.
Julie York, a high school teacher, helps us unpack the current state of artificial intelligence in high schools, including both the challenges and the opportunities.
Discover MagicSchool, an AI tool that can be used by educators to help save time and aid with planning, communication, and student support.
Stephanie Espy, founder of MathSP, cofounder of Knowledge for College, and author and Executive Director of STEM Gems, provides ideas and pathways to interest more students, especially girls, in STEM fields.