ARTutor: Are You A Next Gen Bookworm? How AR Unlocks New Remote Learning Possibilities

Harness The Power Of AR For Remote Learning ARTutor (ver3) is an Augmented Reality Educational Platform developed by the Advanced Educational Technologies and Mobile Applications (AETMA) Research Lab of the Computing Science Department of the International Hellenic University. It consists of an online web application and a mobile application. The mobile application gives you the … Read more

Remote Control: How Virtual Learning Is The New Normal

Adapting To Remote Learning Is The Way To Go It has been more than a year since the onset of the pandemic, and there is no light at the end of the tunnel, yet. Yes, different countries have come out of lockdowns and restrictions, but many of them have also been forced to retract relaxations … Read more

5 Fun Activities To Get Your Students Interested

How To Keep Your Students Focused And Engaged The COVID pandemic caused a lot of changes in education, and one of the most common and drastic was the move to the virtual classroom. There were some benefits to remote schooling, such as disruptive students not having the space to act up, but for the general … Read more

Educational Equity And Inquiry-Based Learning During The Pandemic And Beyond

Promoting Educational Equity And Inquiry-Based Learning “Education is kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.” — Socrates “Kindling of a flame,” a well-known metaphor for education, implies that education should be anything but forced or top-down in nature. Unfortunately, global educational approaches have rarely adhered to this principle. Students across the world … Read more

Secretary Cardona Has Ambitious Goals. School Choice Could Help Us Meet Them.

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Posted Mar. 1, 2021

Across the entire United States, there aren’t nearly enough Black teachers inside classrooms.  According to the National Center for Education Statistics, less than 7% of…

Posted Feb. 26, 2021

We know all too well Black and brown students in marginalized communities are now bearing the brunt of the pandemic’s effect on schools—with inadequate technology,…

Posted Mar. 1, 2021

There have been some good reasons to close schools over the past year—in the early days of the pandemic, for example, or during major weather…

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I Can’t Pretend That What I’m Doing Right Now Is Helping My Students, So I Quit

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Posted Feb. 17, 2021

I have been navigating majority (or all) white spaces for a very long time. Whether it was the tracked gifted and talented classes or my…

Posted Feb. 16, 2021

I came across an image on social media the other day and it made me stop and think. In it, two boys—one white and one…

Posted Feb. 17, 2021

On January 6, as my students were learning about the history of trench warfare during World War I, I had no idea that our own…

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I Love Teaching, But I’m Not a Martyr

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Posted Feb. 17, 2021

I have been navigating majority (or all) white spaces for a very long time. Whether it was the tracked gifted and talented classes or my…

Posted Feb. 16, 2021

I came across an image on social media the other day and it made me stop and think. In it, two boys—one white and one…

Posted Feb. 17, 2021

On January 6, as my students were learning about the history of trench warfare during World War I, I had no idea that our own…

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After the Insurrection, It’s Time To Listen to MLK

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Posted Jan. 15, 2021

Y’all know what, had education been done right in the first place then maybe we could’ve avoided this shit show called “Duck Dynasty: Civil War…

Posted Jan. 13, 2021

The certification of the electoral votes from the 2020 election was already going to be a contentious issue, but the events that transpired go far…

Posted Jan. 13, 2021

Chicago Public Schools students are back in school.  Well, some of them are. It’s complicated, and getting messier by the minute.  WBEZ Chicago has more…

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