by Patricia A. Alexander and Lauren M. Singer Trakhman Today’s students see themselves as digital natives, the first generation to grow up surrounded by technology like smartphones, tablets and e-readers. Teachers,.
By Jenny Ortiz Remember the high school locker and how convenient it was? Books and jackets were left behind and locked up tight. My locker, although messy, was notorious for.
By Melissa Miller, Ed.D., M.Ed. Things have been going along fairly smoothly. I've started to feel that I am (for the most part) one step ahead of the game in.
By Erik Hanson As a student, I had what could be best described as a strained relationship with online instructional software. As an instructor, that relationship still exists, but I’m.
By Ron Tinsley Innovation in technology continues to grow exponentially in the U.S. and across the globe. Laptops are getting faster and cheaper (except Mac Notebooks) and phones are becoming.
Have you ever logged in online, to find five "private" emails awaiting you, all from the same student? Did your stomach sink a little? In my experience, the types of.