?Ask the Students? is a simple concept that we are bringing to the Adult & Graduate Studies blog and newsletter in an attempt to engage and understand our WLC adult students.
Between June 17 and 21, 2013, educators attending the second annual Google Education Summit can focus on enhancing teaching skills through the development of dynamic, media-rich, and interactive Google projects.
Last year, Liz Langer, an elementary school teacher in Wisconsin, received an iPad from her school district after she expressed an interest in utilizing iPad technology to further engage her students. She enrolled in Wisconsin Lutheran College?s iPad in Education course, and has continued to research and discover remarkable ways to increase student achievement in her classroom through its use.
Our iPad in Education course alumni share with us their favorite classroom iPad apps.
Last week, Apple announced a new vision for the future of education. The announcement featured several new educational tools designed to revolutionize classroom learning. In Wisconsin Lutheran College?s “iPad in Education” course, educators have the opportunity to develop 21st century skills, while discovering Apple?s new educational tools, including iBooks 2, iBooks Author, and iTunes U.
Join ninety fellow educators in July 2012 for the Google Education Summit at Wisconsin Lutheran College. Attendees will develop essential Google skills and create projects designed to enhance instructional practice while earning three graduate credits and receiving a FREE Google Chromebook!
Harnessing the power of social networks can lead to impactful learning and increased student achievement.
Teachers often lack the time to learn new software; however, students love multimedia and it can dramatically increase student achievement. This post includes two accessible solutions sure to engage students.
“It has been so rewarding to bring this 21st century learning experience into my class and my school.”