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Every day our staff writers share their favorite stories on technology and learning: 1. Students discover the sounds of the solar system through citizen science. Full story from the Next Web 2. How educators can use digital tools to encourage deeper learning.
1. Understanding the science behind collaboration. Full story from Big Think 2. Reducing burnout through yoga and mindfulness. Full story from EdSurge 3. Making a case for interdisciplinary learning.
Every day our staff writers share their favorite stories on technology and learning: 1. Brands educate consumers with video content. Full story from PSFK 2. The future of workplace learning. F...
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From Franz Kafka to Mars and from media innovation to displacement education, the Smith Learning Theater has transported learners to new educational worlds by breaking down traditional norms and expanding what it means to learn through experience. This list showcases five of the most popular events to take place in the versatile, experiential, shape-shifting, one-of-a-kind library space. 1.
To celebrate the end of the year, we're looking back at some of the most noteworthy articles of 2018. Here are five inspiring leaders who are changing the future of learning. 1. Dan Ingvarson Daniel Ingvarson is the co-founder of MoxieReader, a K-12 mobile technology that motivates students to read more using a reading fitness tracker personalized ...
This year we highlighted organizations that are using technology to elevate issues of literacy, representation, and diversity in learning. Take a look back at the most viewed NL Sector articles of the year. 1. Storyline Online Storyline Online is a children’s literacy website that provides free storytelling videos and resources for parents an...
2018 has been a year of free, interdisciplinary digital learning. Looking for an enriching fireside activity? These learning tools can help boost your media literacy, language and design skills, storytelling finesse, and even job prospects anytime, anywhere, and at no cost. 1. Bad News Current events and fake news de...
Throughout the year, these vialogues have highlighted new ways of learning, teaching, and creating in both educational and real-world environments. Here’s a collection of our most popular features this year. 1. A School Built on Suprise and Delight Eminence Independent Schools in Eminence, Kentucky is reinventing th...
The most viewed Research Digests of 2018 reflect our anxieties about technology’s impact on society, from the spread of fake news to internet addiction to the effects of screen time on children. In these articles, researchers seek to better understand these phenomena in the hopes of equipping us to maximize technology’s potential and mitigate its negative effects. 1.