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The future success and leadership of the United States lies in the hands of our educational system and the students emerging with degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math. Compared to other developing countries, the United States falls short in terms of mathematics and science literacy as well as innovation-based competitiveness. With countries such as [...]
Technology has changed the way we operate in our day-to-day lives. From driving to work to cooking in the kitchen, from the way we do research to the ways we entertain ourselves, all of us are affected by technology. The classroom has not been exempt from changes in technology. To learn more about how technology [...]
How much impact does technology have on children? Within the last decade, technology has become a prevalent part of our society, and the way we educate. But how much is too much? To learn more about the negative and positive effects of technology on children checkout the infographic below created by the University of Cincinnati [...]
Students who are English Language Learners (ELL) normally participate in programs aimed at improving their language. The three most popular programs are (English as a Second Language) ESL, (High Intensity Language Training) HILT and bilingual education. To improve the effectiveness and success rate of these language programs, technology should be integrated into the learning process. [...]
Criticisms against the Common Core revolve around its impact on teaching. Some claim that it hinders creativity in the classroom by imposing rigid standards, but this is being disproved all across the country with countless teachers developing their own unique methods of instruction without sacrificing compliance. To learn more, checkout this infographic created by the [...]
American Literacy in the 21st Century According to the Alliance for Excellent Education, many of the more than 700,000 students who leave U.S. high schools without a diploma have low literacy rates. Furthermore, over 60 percent of middle and high school students scored below “proficient” level in overall reading achievements. Why are literacy rates important [...]