You know your students are engaged with digital technologies. What can they teach you about working interactive, student-led activities into lesson plans?
The rise and fall of Flash Player are inextricably linked with the development of the internet itself. Flash rose to near ubiquity in the late 90s, as the primary enabler of interactive content and animations on the web.
Over 90% of internet users had downloaded a browser extension within a few years. Developers caught on and began animating everything using Flash.
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Studies show that blended and flipped learning strategies — where students actively engage with online content according to their own intuition and ingenuity — effectively equip your students with the skills required for the jobs of the future.
There is a constant stream of new educational technology. But where to start to make all this a reality in today’s classroom?
The best guides and support are sitting right there in the classroom with you, smuggling their smartphones in their pockets and instant messaging under the table.
Ask your students!
Introduce the ideas we outlined in the whitepaper and have your students suggest what to do next and what is possible with the technology you have already.