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Case Studies: How Teachers Use Tech to Support Learning

Erin Scott Starting the year off with ideas on the best ways to use technology to support learning, Larry Ferlazzo collected an invaluable list of criteria last year from educators, to which he added more resources in his recent blog post for EdWeek.Other posts in the series include Using Ed Tech to Create Deep and … Continue reading Case Studies: How Teachers Use Tech to Support Learning →

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Ideas for Fun and Learning During the Holiday Break

Flickr: Andrew Beeston With two weeks of holiday break stretched out ahead, here are some fun ways to keep kids occupied and engaged, as collected over time on MindShift. 1. DIVE INTO MINECRAFT. Simply put, Minecraft is a game that lets you build worlds out of blocks. But Minecraft’s visual simplicity belies what is a … Continue reading Ideas for Fun and Learning During the Holiday Break →

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Building Civilizations, Brick by Digital Brick

  Take a look at how teacher Joel Levin uses the online game Minecraft to teach second-grade students how to work together and build little civilizations. The video was released as one of three case studies along with the report by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center on Teachers’ Attitudes About Digital Games in the Classroom. … Continue reading Building Civilizations, Brick by Digital Brick →

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