Learner Response Systems
This group is for all teachers in all subjects K-12, to share their ideas and successes of using Learner Response Systems as well as other creative uses in the classroom.
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We caught up with newly added EFF Fellow, Jim Buchan recently, find out why he's participating in the debates, and what he thinks about them in this Q&A session with him.
Promethean Planet has always been THE place to go to ask questions and find answers related to Promethean products, however, this is not all Planet's community of educators has to offer. Our community is growing which means teachers can now reach out beyond the classroom or school building walls and collaborate with other educators around the globe.
With over 80,000 teaching resources sometimes it's hard to find just what you are looking for, so we've decided to share some of our favorite lesson and flipchart authors with you to help point you in the right direction.
What are your plans for summer vacation? Teachers work so hard during the school year, it's hard to find time to "catch up" on tasks, reflect on lessons and spend time with friends and family. In this article, Tabitha shares how she is able to find a balance personally and professionally during the summer break.
There is a variety of digital tools in today’s technology to enhance learning. This article aims to bring the subject of Infographics to the classroom, providing teachers with a guide to understanding the educational possibilities of this tool and choose the solution that best fits their needs.
This article was originally written in Spanish.
Do you wish you could visit the Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta, Georgia? Leysi Ortiz takes you on a journey inside the classrooms of RCA teachers to expose the secrets to their success, and shares tips for how you can model the same things in your classroom.
Spring has arrived! Your students are antsy and ready for summer break. In this article, Tabitha shares how to embrace their excitement with simple outdoor math activities to use with your students.
This latest blog by Claudio focuses on how teachers might use Swivl, a tool that turns your iOS device or Android phone into a personal cameraman, in a flipped classroom environment to transform and redefine how the flipped model works.