George Lucas Educational Foundation
Technology Integration and Project-Based Learning Consultant
How the Internet Can Help Kids Build Their Vocabulary
Students can learn new words and build vocabulary skills in fun and engaging ways on the Internet.
It's Time to Get Serious About Creativity in the Classroom
Effective arts education requires that students be given freedom within a structure.
How to Become More Tech Savvy This Summer
Dedicating time to becoming technologically proficient in your personal life can translate into a more innovative classroom.
Learners Thrive with a Public Audience
Presentation spectators who are not teachers or parents can inspire learners to go that extra mile.
The Art of Networking on Campus
Often, those nonteaching school staff -- custodians, bus drivers, lunchroom workers, and secretaries -- can share local historical information to help you add to your curriculum.
Use Skype with Students
Educators can use this Internet software to bring authors into the classroom virtually, to conference with other teachers globally, and to incorporate technology into project learning.
Publishing Student Writing -- and Your Own
An undeniable benefit to having kids produce real books is that they work harder when they know an audience will see it.
Teachers Need to Share Their Stories
School communities surely benefit when teacher share their rich life stories with colleagues and students.
Web 2.0 Tools, and Keeping Up with the Internet's Evolution
The ever-changing Web offers educators an endless supply of innovative tools to enhance their teaching.
Technology Integration Begins at Home
Teachers may know more than they think when it comes to including technology in their classrooms.