Eduporium Weekly

  1. Eduporium Weekly | Education Secretary, Miguel Cardona

    Eduporium Weekly | Education Secretary, Miguel Cardona
    As many throughout the education world have reacted and processed the events of the last couple of months, it’s left us with a refresh at the top of our institution of education. Next week, a new administration will begin serving and this includes a new Education Secretary, Miguel Cardona, replacing Besty Devos. Here is some of what we know so far.
  2. Eduporium Weekly | STEM Kits with Curriculum

    Eduporium Weekly | STEM Kits with Curriculum
    Educators are often looking for STEM or robotics kits with curriculum. Since there are typically so many possibilities when it comes to open-ended invention and exploration with STEAM tools, it can sometimes be tough to narrow down the most helpful projects. With these STEAM solutions, teachers can find curricular connections and reliable projects.
  3. Eduporium Weekly | Remote Ed: Synchronous or Asynchronous?

    Eduporium Weekly | Remote Ed: Synchronous or Asynchronous?
    Synchronous and asynchronous learning have each become important topics throughout various education communities and the subtle features of each are valuable for today’s educators to know. If you're moving back and forth about which method to use or find yourself switching regularly, read on to learn more.
  4. Eduporium Weekly | 5 New EdTech Tools On Our Store

    Eduporium Weekly | 5 New EdTech Tools On Our Store
    Our one-stop EdTech shopping experience is a favorite among educators and our Educator Discount on technology and free quoting help make it easier on educators to obtain STEM tools from various manufacturers and STEM disciplines in one place. So, what’s among the newest offerings we’re providing for in-person, remote, or hybrid learning?  
  5. Eduporium Weekly | Challenges Around Education in 2021

    Eduporium Weekly | Challenges Around Education in 2021
    All of the things we've learned about education throughout the pandemic are lessons most of us wouldn’t have thought we’d need to learn, but they’ve become very valuable. Now, education leaders are met with the prospect of carrying over these insights as they create meaningful student experiences and researching how they can be applied.
  6. Eduporium Weekly | Get to Know the New micro:bit V2

    Eduporium Weekly | Get to Know the New micro:bit V2
    In terms of looks, the micro:bit V2 is similar to the original micro:bit and costs roughly the same as well. It has a lot more capabilities, however, and can add exciting new wrinkles to coding education with the addition of a built-in speaker, built-in microphone, and a redesigned LED matrix! Keep reading to learn more about it!
  7. Eduporium Weekly | Drones and Education

    Eduporium Weekly | Drones and Education
    What started out as a cool and unique chance for students to develop key skills while trying a new technology has grown into a legitimate teaching and learning approach. Now, with applications in all sorts of STEM and CTE disciplines, teachers are discovering how teaching with drones can help prepare students for the future.
  8. Eduporium Weekly | Equity in Distance Learning

    Eduporium Weekly | Equity in Distance Learning
    For thousands of students, physically attending school is the most notable way they’re able to connect with others. It may be because they live in very rural areas without the guaranteed coverage or they might have economic limits that prevent them from paying for an Internet plan, but we’ve certainly learned that Internet access is not a guarantee for all.
  9. Eduporium Weekly | Positive Home Learning Environments

    Eduporium Weekly | Positive Home Learning Environments
    We’ve talked a lot about SEL in remote learning as well and focused mostly on checking in on students and teachers. The other component to social-emotional learning these days involves creating the right kind of environment for students to reconnect with some of the things they’ve been missing throughout the pandemic.
  10. Eduporium Weekly | Classroom Design in a New Era of Learning

    Eduporium Weekly | Classroom Design in a New Era of Learning
    You don’t realize how small classrooms actually are until you try to successfully place 25 students within it and keep all of them six feet from each other. This has led some educators to suggest limiting class sizes, which might sound promising in theory since there have definitely been some kids who have opted to stay home.

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