Education

With cell phones, tablets, and time spent online, we might assume all technology is second nature to today’s generation of graduates. While most have basic digital literacy skills, many students are not in fact proficient in the higher level technology that will be necessary on...

Generation Z, people born from the mid-1990s to the early 2000s, have a new set of educational expectations, and they are keeping instructors on their toes. These students are no strangers to technology. Their screen-based, plugged-in lifestyle significantly impacts the way they seek and process...

Are you familiar with the differences between the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act)? Both laws were designed by the U.S. government to protect the rights of people with disabilities and to lessen discrimination against them. While the...

We expect and rely on educators to help children become academically and socially successful. But let’s face it. Engaging, motivating, and teaching all students in a classroom of diverse learners can be a tall order. In a single group, you might find students with visual...

You may have heard the term project-based learning (PBL), but what is it really all about? Project-based learning is an educational tool that increases student success and long-term growth by encouraging collaboration, decision-making, reflection, and discussion about real-life situations. This method of teaching is becoming...

Are you familiar with the difference between integration and inclusion when it comes to the classroom environment? The trend in education today is moving away from integration and toward inclusion. While both approaches aim to bring students with disabilities into the mainstream classroom, one system...