Top 5 Blogs of 2017
Jan 26, 2018
By Anne Zimmermann
While Teaching4Tomorrow is preparing for a new year of interesting blogs, here is a look back at the most read blogs of 2017.
Finding the Perfect Parent-Teacher Communication App for Your Classroom
The most read blog post on Teaching4Tomorrow was Jessica Meacham’s compilation of parent-teacher communication apps for the classroom. Her criteria include important features, communication abilities and features, and a spreadsheet with her findings.
1:1 Instruction: A Letter to My Former Self
Ed Snowa’s compelling letter to his former self gained a lot attention. This is a message from 2017 to 2013.
What’s the Real Problem with Fake News? We Are Wired to Believe It
Jason Ohler wrote this blog post about fake news that became omnipresent in 2017. His blog cites a study to give an easily understandable and relatable example of how the confirmation bias works and affects all of us.
Is Technology Helping or Harming My Students?
Technology director Mike McGowan cites the positives and negatives of classroom technology for students, how it affects them, and whether some technology may do more harm than good.
Digital Citizenship Series
This is an exciting series from passionate digital citizenship advocate, Dr. Jason Ohler. The series explores the importance of digital citizenship and provides strategies for integrating it into schools.