Kids and robots learn to write together (w/ Video)
Who is the teacher: the student or the machine? By showing a robot how to write letters, children improve their writing skills and gain self-‐confidence. This system, called CoWriter, was developed by EPFL researchers.
Flipping the flipped classroom concept on its head
It may be time to tap the brakes a bit on the flipped classroom movement.
Machines master classic video games without being told the rules
Think you're good at classic arcade games such as Space Invaders, Breakout and Pong? Think again.
Digital games and learning: Study finds helpful features, gaps
A new report on how teachers use video games in classrooms identifies features they find most useful to track student learning, as well as gaps where better tools could help link games more closely to the curriculum.
Use of 'digital badges' in schools would motivate students, research shows
The blend of digital technology and traditional merit badges, such as those earned by Boy and Girl Scouts, would provide an opportunity to both motivate and measure learning, according to new research by ...
Wikipedia use—nothing to be ashamed about
Academics and students alike should be making better use of Wikipedia, a major study of digital technology use in Higher Education has recommended.
Students struggle to hear teacher in new fad open-plan classrooms
Many of us would remember our days in primary school sitting in a classroom with four walls, among 20 to 30 other students, and a teacher instructing us from the front. Recently, some schools have been converting ...
Teachers become healthier when they learn
Several studies have indicated a connection between learning and health. In a recently published study from University West and Linnaeus University the researchers found that the health of school teachers ...
Technology changing teacher's role
Along with technological development, traditional teaching methods have been challenged by various technologically enhanced teaching and learning methods. This trend has received mixed reactions: On the one hand it is feared ...
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