With Labor Day right around the corner, everyone is talking about going to the local county fair. Here in Mahoning County we take fair season very seriously. The Canfield Fair is the largest county fair in the State of Ohio, and it fights to be one of the largest fairs in the nation, bringing in more than 350,000 people every day.
Why do we go to educational events to share the news about Ving? Because educators can’t afford not to invest in student engagement, and building better school-home connections are vital for student success.
This summer has been a busy one. We’ve been going here and there showing educators all the tremendous benefits of Ving and how they can use it to improve connections between home and the classroom.
Check out our latest press release to see what we’ve been up to lately.
Keeping focused can be a real struggle. I am very productive in the morning, but after lunch I am on the struggle bus. I know I am not alone. Many of your students are probably the same way, and many may be the complete opposite.
Keeping the attention of twenty to thirty kids with all different learning types can be a struggle for many teachers (and probably is).
The challenge of student engagement often feels like a dry wasteland. But every child can succeed with the right learning conditions. Today’s post reveals five mobile educational technology apps that will help both parents and educators improve student engagement.
Recently, I watched a TED episode by Ken Robinson about how to escape the “death valley” of education.
Relationships are the foundation to success in education. Although technology itself doesn’t have all the answers, a balanced education technology focus can definitely be used to improve and strengthen three key relationships.
Many educators may agree that because of the big education technology revolution, which encourages the flipping of classrooms and learning with digital devices, it’s hard to argue that today’s education focus isn’t all about technology.
Instead of focusing only on education technology tools and topics today, let’s celebrate some of the specific teachers who make great learning happen with that technology. It’s Teacher Appreciation Week, after all. And no amount of technology in the world can replace the people who make it work.
Here are 3 examples of teachers we appreciate who are making a difference with technology.
Attention educators! Join Pearson and Ving (a Pearson ISV Partner) on Thursday, April 24, 2014 for a free online demonstration on how to make your PowerSchool data more dynamic. Don’t miss your chance to learn how to increase partnerships, improve communication, and boost student achievement. Just click on the image above to learn more and register.
The following infographic shows the survey results of four types of educators:
- public school preK-12 teachers
- teachers who use edtech a lot
- teachers implementing 1:1/BYOD programs
- public school administrators