Virtual Reality (VR) has been around for a while, but recently, new devices have been introduced. One device, Google Cardboard, has the potential to change the feasibility of VR in the classroom.
Author: Barbara Schroeder
What does the future look like for standardized testing? Let’s look into the crystal ball and see . .
This information was derived from http://www.takepart.com/article/2015/12/29/6-reasons-your-kid-could-have-less-standardized-testing-2016 We are excited to share the wonderful research and writing of Joseph Williams. Thanks!
See how much Barbara and Chris know about the cost of EdTech.
What are the pros and cons of standardized testing? We’re going to debate them! This is going to be a good one.
FYI, we got some of these ideas from this website, which links to the studies to corroborate the statements:
How can a low-tech teacher become more high-tech? In today’s Cool Teacher Show, Barbara and Chris talk about some easy and almost pain-free ways of doing this. Watch, like, and follow.
What are the pros and cons embracing the Bring Your Own Device movement in your school? In today’s zany episode, Dr. Curmudgeon visits the Cool Teacher lounge, to argue with Barbara. Who wins this fight?
What do other cool teacher recommend? Watching the show with the sound off. No, seriously watch this for great tips on cool teacher tools you love.
Here are some MORE simple, yet profound ways to get your life back in balance as a teacher. We culled these great ideas from another cool teacher, blogger, and author, Pernille Ripp. Here’s her website: http://pernillesripp.com/
Here are some simple, yet profound ways to get your life back in balance as a teacher. We culled these great ideas from another cool teacher, blogger, and author, Pernille Ripp. Here’s her website: http://pernillesripp.com/
Mr. Paperless Classroom himself Matthew Gudenius drops by to hang out with the Cool Teachers and drop some digital knowledge. He is fabulous.