Creating Recordings for Your Students: Tools for Your Toolbox

We have posted about quite a few screencasting and video recording options here on the 1900 blog (see examples A, B, and C), but sometimes it can be hard to identify the right tool for the job. To help, we have organized a few methods for recording content into different categories of needs: recording mini-lectures, […]

Dr. John Medina on How to Use Your Brain

For most educators, brain research is not a normal topic of discussion. In turn, the majority of brain researchers do not typically apply their knowledge to the education system. Yet, these two fields are transforming as a result of many of the same factors like new technology tools and the changes in human learning styles […]

TED-Ed: Lessons Worth Spreading

If you are one of the lucky ones, you have personally attended one of the conferences hosted by TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design), an organization that’s dedicated to spreading ideas. More likely, though, you are like the rest of us who have to settle for watching the TEDTalks on TED.com, on Netflix Instant, or anywhere else […]