This week in Education and Technology news:
When Foundations Fund Education News Coverage, Is That a Conflict?
The Los Angeles Times has announced that it has new funding for its education coverage in a section called “Education Matters.” But a Washington Post article points out that the foundations’ missions—some of which support education reform—may create a conflict of interest. This presents an opportunity for a lesson in media literacy, as well as insight for educators into the ongoing school reform debate.
Five Strategies for Strengthening Executive Functioning in ADD Students
Writing for Edutopia, Dr. Lori Desautels shares strategies for helping students connect to learning through better emotional control. The strategies address negative behaviors in a constructive way, helping students pause and create visual stories, showing students that you’ve noticed their process, and spurring their motivation, endurance and problem-solving skills.
12 Creative Ways to Use Drones for Education
Educators across the country are identifying cool ways to incorporate drones into their lesson planning. Edudemic rounds up 12 examples of how drones have enhanced learning, including investigating natural disasters, filming videos, navigating obstacle courses, and even inspiring a debate about the ethics of using drones.
Cat Videos…But Educational!
This Edutopia Five-Minute Film Festival doesn’t just include cats. It also includes a roundup of animal videos from across the web, including the exceptional, inspiration, and just plain bizarre. One video explores animal morality, while another highlights animal heroes who rescued other animals and humans. All of them offer an entertaining way to engage students in studying and analyzing animal behavior.
A Writing Lesson Plan for Halloween
Channel One News Education Content Producer Annie Thornton shares an argumentative writing lesson plan built around one of students’ favorite subject: candy! Just in time for Halloween.
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Absolutely!!! Ride on!!
i think technology rocks at today’s show.i look at my phone as long as i can at home and school sometimes i just cant stop so i sneak a peek.
It is better then waisting my energy on pedaling my bike
Yes because they will be a great way home
It helps move fast and speedy without needs
Fly Like the WIIIND