How Virtual Reality Will Change How We Learn

By Lee Brighton, CSO Virtro Entertainment Education has always evolved in line with technological advances, from teaching originally delivered by parents and their small social groups, to literature-based learning, to today’s e-learning. Education has reliably adapted its methodologies to suit societal needs and virtual reality is set to spark the education industry’s biggest evolution yet! […]

Onederful Words

By Nimi Sidhu (Middle School teacher; MEd student in Imaginative Education) If I asked you today to trade in your name for one word that represents all you want to be, what word would you choose and why? This was the question that I asked my sixth graders in January of this year to set […]

The School Library As A Learning Playground

By Michael Terborg (Teacher Librarian) I’m a rather unique librarian for an elementary school.  Before working in school libraries, I worked in three different federal research libraries, my education spans most every discipline, and I have a firm grasp of current and emerging technology. Yes, my skills may mean that I can provide my students […]