Tag Archives: DEN Trend Report

DEN Trend Report: 5/11/16

In this DEN Trend Report:
>Why Pedagogy First, Tech Second Stance is Key to the Future
>Survey: Classroom, Formative Tests Far More Useful Than End-of-Year Exams
>4 Ways Teachers Are Learning To Use Technology To Benefit Students with Special Needs
>Emotions Help Steer Students’ Learning, Studies Find
>Half of teens think they’re addicted to their smartphones
>One-to-One Laptop Initiatives Boost Student Scores, Researchers Find
>8 ways digital media will evolve for the future
>Few teachers give schools an ‘A’ for classroom technology

DEN Trend Report: 5/4/2016

In this DEN Trend Report:
>Watch 4 ed-tech trailblazers discuss disruptive change for the future
>Can More Money Fix America’s Schools?
>Top business leaders, 27 governors, urge Congress to boost computer science education
>Career Education Making a Comeback in US High Schools
>Even In Equal Societies Girls Have Higher Math Anxiety Than Boys
>Will giving greater student access to smartphones improve learning?
>Teachers come together on Twitter for professional development and inspiration
>Seeing Is More Than Believing

DEN Trend Report: 4/27/16

In this DEN Trend Report:
>Is Your District Future Ready?
>The Search for Common-Core Curricula: Where Are Teachers Finding Materials?
>5 Ways To Use Video In The Classroom
>White House, educators push for pre-school STEM
>Personalized Learning, Products ‘Going Viral’ Are Hot Topics at Ed-Tech Summit
>Virtual, Blended Schools Growing Despite Struggles, Analysis Finds

DEN Trend Report: 4/20/16

In this DEN Trend Report:
>Ed Tech Spending Increases by 7 Percent
>Feds to States: Use Federal Dollars for STEM
>Is personalized learning the future of school?
>Why Kids Should Use Their Fingers in Math Class
>How Should Schools Purchase Ed. Tech?
>School libraries are transforming into digital hubs – report
>Researchers: Math needs a more visual approach
>Report: Blended Fits Nicely To Re-Engage Dropouts

DEN Trend Report: 4/13/16

In this DEN Trend Report:
>The 7 pillars of today’s digital leadership
>So, When During the School Day Should Teachers Create Curriculum?
>Why STEM?
>U.S. Adults Below Average in Numeracy and Tech, International Report Finds
>The Policy That Could All But Eliminate Achievement Gaps Between Rich And Poor Students

DEN Trend Report: 4/6/16

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DEN Trend Report: 3/30/16

In this DEN Trend Report:
>The Benefits and Challenges of Student-Designed Learning
>How Can Schools Develop Assessments That Matter?
>Principals as instructional leaders: An international perspective
>Five Ways to Incorporate Video Into Your Classroom and Instruction
>“Deeper learning” continues to show higher high school graduation rates
>New Teachers (Mostly) Prepped for Class; Not so Sure about PBL
>Idea to Retire: Technology alone can improve student learning

DEN Trend Report: 3/9/16

In this DEN Trend Report
>New tech program would push hands-on learning to give teens real-world skills
>Alabama Superintendent Creates Digital Hub in Rural Town
>Bill Gates explains why classroom technology is failing students and teachers
>What Do Americans Think About Access to Education?
>States assess their readiness for digital learning
>The Wrong Way to Teach Math
>Science achievement gaps begin as early as kindergarten
>The State of Edtech
>3 Ways to Implement Ed-Tech to­ Help Our Students Succeed
>4 ways forward-thinking districts are inspiring more students to code

DEN Trend Report: 3/2/16

In this DEN Trend Report:
>STEM Teacher Prep Gets New Commitments
>Does Coding Count as a Foreign Language?
>WEP 0027: Expanding Your Educational Impact
>The 4 Essential Elements of Any Successful One-to-One Program
>Do Kids Learn More When They Trade in Composition Books for iPads?
>Testing for Joy and Grit? Schools Nationwide Push to Measure Students’ Emotional Skills