The ETS Blog
We post on exciting developments in educational technology. Managed by the faculty Learning Technology Rover.
October 5 — Is the Twittersphere finding its way into contemporary classrooms? Learn more about the course designed to help instructors apply Twitter in blended learning environments!
September 28 — Learn more about flexible teaching this September with the returning installment of Teaching in a Blended Environment, offered by the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology!
July 24 — Learn more about an unusual use of mapping technology from one of our TEC Expo 2015 presenters!
June 2 — Place-based learning is a rapidly growing area of interest in education. How can technology enable and enhance it?
May 15 — Narratives in art, film and literature have helped people interpret others’ perspectives since prehistory. Could new developments in gaming reshape these emotional lessons?
May 5 — You can easily describe a picture, or recognize a familiar face in a photo. What makes teaching a computer these things so difficult?
April 28 — Read on to learn more about how technology enhanced instruments could change music education!
April 21 – Many of us here at ETS are big fans of podcasts. They’re perfect for passing the time during our daily commutes, and keep us informed about what’s happening around the world. They can make you happy, silly, sad, mad, angry, excited, elated, contemplative, anxious, hopeless, or hopeful. But the best ones are always worth listening to.
April 17 — There has been a huge amount of buzz about the educational potential of Google Maps and Google Earth. Now you can see these futuristic technologies integrated with history in a blast from the past.
Apr 15 – It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superma- no wait it’s a drone, and it might be coming to your local high school!