In covering the intersection of technology and education, we’re almost setup for failure as both are–to put it lightly–moving targets. But here we are. Might as well make ourselves useful.
You’re going to see some evolution of our approach here at Edudemic over the coming months, but not much “change.” While this may be an issue of semantics, we’re very happy with what we’re doing here, and if traffic and other metrics can be trusted, you are pretty happy with us as well.
So it isn’t “change” we’re after as much as improvement: more accessibility, more utility for educators, and more quality for you, our reader. Sometimes we may fail (cough, Edudemic+, cough), but we’re okay with that. We’re going to keep doing what we’ve done, but simply do it better–and on a larger number of platforms.
What’s The Pulse?
Edudemic Pulse is a new way to passively stay connected with our progressive–and frequent–content. Edudemic Pulse is a digest of content of #edtech grab-and-go content handpicked for K-12+ classroom application. Most of this will be directly sourced from the website, but more precisely focused on quick resources busy teachers can use on-the-go.
- Tech tools and news
- Social media classroom integration
- Common Core resources
- Curricula (Units, lessons, activities)
- Tech-infused instructional strategies
- News, events, and more!
How To Sign Up
Of course, Edudemic Pulse is free. To sign up, all you need to do is sign up using the simple box on the right side of the page. Just slap in your email, confirm your account, and you’re all set! You’ll get a weekly e-mail that you can unsubscribe to anytime. Enjoy!