Fostering creative thinking inside our classrooms is one of the essential goals of our teaching. Ask any teacher today about what they want their students to develop and creativity will definitely be featured in their answers. Creativity is also a process that follows a thinking path, one that is inquisitive and noisy. Saying that it
Sometimes, sitting down and getting work done can seem like an insurmountable challenge. With a whole world of distractions out there and tons of things you’d rather be doing, staying focused isn’t always easy. Luckily, there are some great tech tools available that could increase your productivity and lead to some seriously focused study sessions.
Working as a remote team can be difficult, but doesn’t have to be. Here at The Next Web, much of our team is remote. We have staff in the UK, India, The Netherlands, USA and New Zealand all working together across time zones successfully, even though the time differences can be confusing sometimes. Here’s a handful of great tools
It appears that books will be still around for some time in our classrooms, whether in paper or some other form. Teachers and students can enhance the reading experience with some easy to use educational technology tools. Here are ten websites I selected for their usefulness, their navigational simplicity, and for the fact that they
Coffee, late night email and the snooze button sap people of energy, compromising an employee’s overall performance at work. Though these things seem innocent, an evening cup of Joe, one quick reply to a colleague and an extra 15 minutes of shut-eye in the morning can drastically diminish the quality of one’s sleep. Before a