Month: November 2016

Using Classroom Technology to Address Learning Styles

  By now, it is common knowledge that students have preferred learning styles. What began as a hypothesis is now backed up by decades of educational research: Teaching in a way that addresses a student’s preferred learning mode leads to increased comprehension, motivation, and metacognition. In theory, as a teacher, you should try to address […]

This holiday, give your favorite teacher something they’ll never forget.

$500 > Apples Your favorite teacher deserves something different this holiday season Remember that favorite teacher you had in fifth grade? You know who we’re talking about. The one who made math understandable. And fun. Or maybe it was the English teacher who took the time to talk to you about your creative writing outside […]

Madrid-Waddington Implements Clear Touch™ Panels

Effectively Using Clear Touch™ Panels in a Rural School District Madrid-Waddington Central School District is a small rural district in the far northern reaches of New York, just a stone’s throw from the St. Lawrence River and the Canadian border. MWCS enrolls 700 students in Pre-K through 12th Grade on a single campus—but don’t let […]