In a series aimed at closing the gap between research and practice, Usable Knowledge at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) partnered with Digital Promise on a project that collects questions from educators across the country and poses them to experts at HGSE. The series, called Ask a Researcher, offers evidence-based guidance on classroom dilemmas, with questions sourced from Digital Promise’s League of Innovative Schools and beyond. This webpage shares questions on English learning. Educators can use the online form to submit a question about their own classroom or learning environment.
Enter the Samsung Solve for Tomorrowcontest and challenge your students to positively impact their community while winning technology for your school. By applying today, you will immediately unlock your opportunity to raise funds for new technology and supplies for your classroom on DonorsChoose.org, and Samsung will match 50 percent of the amount raised, turning every $20 donation into $30, or $100 into $150 (up to $600). Quantity is limited, so apply now.
NetSupport DNA empowers educators and technicians with a complete solution to manage all classroom devices and school-wide IT assets. As technology use continues to expand in schools, it’s essential that educators are equipped with tools to not only improve the quality of technology-led instruction but also maintain a safe learning environment while ensuring IT assets are used effectively. In addition to providing instructors with tools to interact and collaborate with all types of student devices in their classrooms, NetSupport DNA allows IT staff to centrally manage and support IT assets and endpoints across a school, or district-wide. Powerful internet safety features help promote positive digital citizenship with internet metering, keyword/phrase monitoring, webcam controls, plus much more to help protect vulnerable students. NetSupport DNA provides all the elements for successful IT management across all platforms and all types of devices.
The American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) encourages high school physics teachers to experiment and improve on their teaching practices in the belief that as teaching practices improve, physics enrollment and excitement among students will increase.