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Upgrading from Student Involvement to Engagement

Adobe Blog – 4.16.19 (4.12.19)

is student engagement, really? Educators would probably all agree that the student playing a game on his phone isn’t engaged, even if he looks up occasionally and asks intelligent questions. But what about the student who watches the lecture and takes notes the whole time? She may be involved, but is she engaged?

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5 Tips to Get Your Kids Interested in Coding & the Importance of STEM

Hack Blog – 4.5.19 (4.1.19)

Learning to code, regardless of the path your child chooses to take in life, is crucial in today’s world. Current research shows us that, in the near future, this knowledge will be important in any career. Beyond that and more importantly, it’s fun and develops important skills in your children that you may not have associated with coding! Coding builds creativity, problem-solving skills, critical thinking skills AND builds confidence in your child! What are you waiting for?

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Audio/Video Stretches Student Coursework Beyond Written Research Papers

Adobe blog – 4.3.19 (4.1.19)

In today’s higher education classroom, it’s common to see video and audio used as a teaching tool through things like video lectures or instructional podcasts. Kaltura’s study“State of Video Education in 2018” found that 95 percent of educational professionals, staff, and students “view video as an important part of digital literacy, especially given recent concerns about ‘fake news.’”

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