• October 21, 2021

Tags : edu

Op-Ed: Teaching With Technology Should Not Be An Option: It’s

In Texas, the law requires schools to integrate technology into lesson in every curricular area in grades K-8. Period. The law is the law. And after 8th grade, it is assumed that all grades in all content areas 9-12 will just continue the work of their K-8 colleagues and integrate technology into almost all lessons […]Read More

Op-Ed: What’s Your Mindset?

In 1998, a group of professors at Beloit College in Wisconsin created a list of experiences that the incoming freshmen class had always had in their lives that their professors may or may not have known about. The idea, first thought up by Dr. Ron Nief, was to provide a way for professors to understand […]Read More

Op-Ed: Things Parents Can do to Help Kids with Ed

In many school districts in the area, students are returning to classrooms that not only have traditional textbooks, but also some kind of digital device. Some districts are giving students low end Chromebooks, while others are deploying higher quality laptops like MacBooks, while others are handing out iPads. Whatever the device, there are a few […]Read More

Op-Ed: Dual Credit Programs – It Could be Better

Last week, our local community college sent out a press release that their Dual Credit and Early College Program was up for a national award. Congratulations. Kudos. Bravo. For those that are not up on the latest edu-lingo, Dual Credit programs allow high school students to take freshman and sophomore college classes at an associated college or university. […]Read More

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