We agree with Todd Finley about the massive potential of 3D printing and after reading this article we fully-heartedly recommend to you to use this revolutionary technology to spark innovation in little geniuses.
From sparking the fire of learning in young leaders to providing extensive list of digital materials this website proves to be quite useful although it may take some time for you to get used to its layout.
It may seem at the first glance that reading Pixar president's views on creative leadership is not related to using technology in classroom. Still, the link is valid because teachers should get to know one of the top entertainment companies that creates and drives trends for students. By reading about leadership at Pixar, educators may get inspired to implement some of the strategies in their team of colleagues and in the classroom full of technologically apt children.
As this article states, ''Everyone wants teachers to use technology in the classroom. But you're busy - meeting standards, prepping students for tests and maybe you’re not too fond of computers.'' This list of easy-to-use tools will remind you of multiple ways to incorporate technology and make your procedures outside of teaching more enjoyable.
Dr. Rebecca Palacios simplified decision-making for parents when it comes to choosing technology for their children. The best argument is, ''Screen-based devices will continue to attract children, and high-quality education technology can offer engaging and effective learning experiences with those devices.''