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By stirring a child's imagination, classic science fiction provides children with the tools they'll need for building a future where they can thrive.
For every single student in my room, I have become passionate about asking; Why I am teaching THIS, when I could be teaching THAT?
The last PDXedTech meetup was an educator panel on what technology works best in the classroom. Find out wha's working in classrooms and why!
Last week, my family and I joined the four million people striking for the climate in communities around the globe. Yes, there were adults, but this march was clearly led by kids.
While PowerPoint is mostly a static tool for delivering a lesson, Google Slides can be used collaboratively for many purposes in the math classroom.
Purposeful homework indeed has a purpose, yet I need to have boundaries on my own time. Enter the concept of video homework.
Schools can do more than simply prepare students for academic success. Let's help students find their launch points—those points that set the stage for a person’s life.
Ed-tech company Clarity Innovations worked with the Math Learning Center to create a dynamic new way to share math learning with teachers and peers.
If technology isn't "good enough" for the children of the Silicon Valley innovators who created it, how can we defend its use in schools, especially with young children?
Great designers create spaces that enable educators to craft an invitation into learning. Great teachers and librarians take advantage of this to create that invitation.
Clarity Innovations matches the most promising technology with the evolving needs of education. By merging creativity, technology, and pedagogy, we create powerful learning experiences. Learn More