Monthly Archive:: July 2017

A Great Idea is Only 1%

Design thinking… I studied it, I taught it, I practiced it at the mothership of design thinking: Stanford’s d.school.

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#NearpodChat: Digital Citizenship in the Classroom – July, 2017

We recently wrapped up another successful #NearpodChat on Digital Citizenship in the classroom. Check out some of the highlights from the discussion!

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Avoid Brain Drain With Interactive Learning: The Key to Engagement

Nearpod’s interactive activities can increase student engagement, collaboration, critical thinking, and most importantly, it helps make learning fun.

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The Information Age, Common Core, and Technology

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) have been adopted by 42 states and the District of Columbia. The goal of the CCSS is to provide students with consistent learning standards across math and English language arts and to prepare them for college and career success. While some states have decided to opt out of the […]

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Introducing Nearpod Reference Media: Add media to interactive activities!

Nearpod is excited to announce that videos, audio files, PDFs & websites can be added as reference media to assessment activities! With this feature you can ask more in depth, richer questions.

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