Podcasts are increasingly popular: one-third of Americans say they’ve listened to one in the past month. This emerging technology could play a key role in the K–12 classroom.
One of the best literacy teachers Jane Swire knows is her dog, Blizzard. She and Blizzard visit the local library once a week during the school year as part of a reading program.
Technology can be a classroom boon for those who are dyslexic. Computer-based experiences can promote social emotional learning, while apps can help to promote reading skills.
Escape rooms are multidisciplinary and purposefully designed with variety in mind. They require diverse thinking and allow multiple learning styles to thrive simultaneously.
Teachers are constantly look for ways to make best use of their limited class time. That’s one reason why many have taken to “flipping” their classrooms in recent years.