There’s been a lot of talk about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). This approach to technology in the classroom is seen as a great alternative to school-bought devices being issued the same way textbooks are issued. The benefits of BYOD go far beyond cost reduction. It provides students and teachers with a great degree of […]
We hope you’ve had a great week. We’ve got you’re weekly wrap-up for our most popular Facebook posts. Two of these posts are infographics. One of them is about the great Martin Luther King Jr., the second is a guide to Pinterest. Our most popular post of the week is a link for free training […]
Hello everyone! So here are the most popular Facebook links for this week. It looks like everyone wants to start the year off more organized. Our most popular post, listed first, has great resources for you to get organized this year. As usual, we have a very popular infographic on the […]
After a brief hiatus, the best of CFF Facebook Posts is back and we’ve made some changes. We will now be posting everyday so make sure to stop by our Facebook page for the latest news. Just in case you don’t have time or can’t check Facebook, we’ve got this weekly blog post so you […]
We know that many teachers out there are unable to reach facebook at school and have little time to Facebook from home. We scour the internet for interesting and useful articles for you and don’t want you to miss out on any great posts. We have decided to sum up our best Facebook postings for […]
The Classroom of the Future Foundation’s annual retreat back in September proved to be wide-ranging, thought-provoking, and even inspirational. 21st Century Skills A video conference with Tim Magner of Partnerships for 21st Century Skills (www.p21.org) delved into what students need both today and years into the future. Digital learning and collaborative skills, for example, are […]
SAVE THE DATE! Classroom of the Future Foundation’s 10th Anniversary celebrating innovation and honoring achievement will be held on May 22, 2013 at the University of San Diego, Hahn University Center.