Tag: TikTok

Educational Forms, Informal learning

Professors Try Teaching With TikTok. But It’s Not for ‘Boring, Lecturing Things.’

February 2, 2023

Via: Ed Surge

When COVID-19 forced college courses online, Stuart Middleton, a senior lecturer at the University of Queensland in Australia, was having trouble connecting with his remote students. So he decided to try to meet them where he heard they were happy […]


Why video creation encourages classroom innovation

March 10, 2022

Via: eSchool News

Think about how students today communicate outside of school–so much of it is video-based, and if educators can meet students in that space, they’ll be able to create more engaging and impactful lessons. In the TikTok, Instagram Video and Snapchat […]

Economics&Strategies, Education Strategies

How school leaders can empower video creation in classrooms

January 6, 2022

Via: eSchool News

Some of the best educational content develops with creative thinking and a willingness to try new things–and if teachers and students have the right tools, they’re on the right path. Think about how students today communicate outside of school–so much […]

Education Tech

Colleges must educate students on technology in the public interest (opinion)

July 22, 2021

Via: Inside Higher Ed

I have to admit that, like everyone else, I’m done with the pandemic. Last year, Zoom teaching and online social gatherings became more than old. When I got my vaccinations (thank you, science!), I fired Instacart. I’ve hungered for the […]