Teaching

In Honor of Teachers’ Day

How about a round of applause for Mattye and Eleanor? Back in 1944, Mr. Mattye Woodridge, a teacher from Arkansas, began calling for a national day to honor teachers. Then, in 1953, ex-First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt convinced Congress to officially designate such a day for teachers, and in 1985, it evolved into Education Week, set…

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EduTech

Blockchain for Students | How the Tech Behind Cryptocurrency Can Improve Education

In this second decade of the 21st century, more K-12 students are utilizing technology to help maximize their time in the classroom.  According to a MidAmerica Nazarene University survey, 66 percent of teachers say education technology (ed-tech) makes students more productive, 60% suggest ed-tech provides more intellectual stimulation and 82 percent believe tech tools have…

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