10 Useful Apps and Games for Teaching Internet Safety Awareness

Internet safety awareness is more than a practice—it's a mindset. It's a way of safely and proactively living, working, and playing in a digital world. While vast and exciting, the Web is also unregulated. Unfortunately, many who use it don't...

6 Cool Free Online Design Resources for Creative School Projects

The free online design resources that are available today are versatile, simple, and powerful. They are user-friendly and social media-oriented in every way. They're also free to use, which makes it easy to explore and experiment with them as much as you like. The...

7 of the Most Useful Videos You’ll Find for Teaching Media Fluency

There's no denying the influence of digital media in our daily lives. That means teaching Media Fluency is an integral part of classroom practice. Media Fluency is one of the Essential Fluencies and it's important to understand what it's all about. We define it as...
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Primary Students Solving World Hunger One Seed at a Time

Is the idea of primary students solving world hunger hard to believe? Not according to Lindsay Doughty, a primary school teacher at GEMS Dubai American Academy. She became inspired recently by a story we shared about students reporting what they considered...

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5 Team Building Games That Teach You Critical Thinking Skills

Team building games offer students fun opportunities to hone critical skills for success in the modern workplace. Students (and future employees!) that value teamwork are more motivated and creative. They're also better at problem solving and communicating with one...

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What Student Understanding Means and How To Measure It

What is student understanding and how do we measure it? What sets the master teacher apart from the amateur? The masters have perfected assessment for understanding, rather than simply knowledge. However, in their oft-quoted book Understanding...

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