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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In her latest blog, Lisa Dubernard examines the cost of free, and shares her experiences with several free sites.
Ready for round 2? Tabitha Savage is back to share more of her favorite apps to use in the classroom, and they are all FREE!
Mathematics blogger Anne Price opens a discussion on estimation and queuing theory, providing the starting point for an interesting real-world mathematics lesson.
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The latest big name in education to join Education Fast Forward (EFF)’s esteemed group of Foundation Fellows is Ramji Raghavan, the Founder Chairman of Agastya International Foundation, the world's largest hands-on mobile science education program for economically disadvantaged children and rural teachers. We caught up with Ramji ahead of EFF6, the first EFF debate in which he’ll be participating, to find out more about his background and educational philosophy.
Tarek Shawki is a highly regarded education thought leader from Egypt. In this interview with Promethean Planet, Tarek discusses Learner Voice, the
challenges faced by the education system in his home country, the
impact of technology and the future of education.
Ahead of the sixth Education Fast Forward debate (EFF6: From Learner Voice to Emerging Leaders) on January 28, 2013, Australian student and EFF debater Olivia Hill guest blogs for Promethean Planet, telling us about the teacher who has most inspired her. We feel inspired just reading about him!
Kenyan student Vera Accasia Kinoro was a guest at the first student-led Education Fast Forward debate (EFF5: From Learner Voice to Global Peace) and will be taking part in EFF6: From Learner Voice to Emerging Leaders. Following their show-stealing contributions to EFF5, the student debaters were invited to write guest blog articles for Promethean Planet. Taking up this challenge, Vera blogs focuses on education technology, access to education and the curriculum of the future.