"Wondering if there are any high school Anatomy teachers out there. I am teaching Anatomy & Physiology for the first time, and I'm not in love with the textbook. I might be able to get it changed. Anyone have a textbook…"
A group where educators can collaborate on creating probing questions that identify misconceptions related to science concepts inlcuding, but not limited to matter, energy, force, electricity, magnetism, the solar system, genetics, and more!See More
"To be fair, I don't know why our tech department seems to not want to work with it. I think it is because there aren't many teachers that are interested in using it. There was another teacher who used to use it and hosted it…"
"Hmm. I know that Moodle is free, but my school will not host it on whatever server. I know there are supposedly other sites that will let you host it, but they don't always seem to have the full functionality of Moodle. …"
"Well, I want my students to be able to communicate with each other about class. I'd like to incorporate online discussions. I like the idea of assigning them wiki-related projects and having them collaborate with each other. I…"
"There are lots of good ideas here (edmodo, schoology, etc). I have been dying to incorporate Moodle into my class for the past several years. The last school I was at consisted of lots of students who didn't have regular access to…"
The current generations of educators have a huge burden on their shoulders. They are the carriers of change. They have to encourage project-based learning, greater collaboration between the students, insightful discussions… the list goes on and on.Out of all trends in education, this is the most important one: teachers are being transformed into mentors. Since the role of the educator is changed, everything else changes, too: the teaching methods, the testing and grading, the way we pay…See More