Erin Harding

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How To Get Started With Hapara Workspace

Posted by Erin Harding on Apr 13, 2017 8:30:46 AM

Digital learning enviroments provide unique ways to engage learners and to create more personalized learning experiences, but it can be tough to know how to get started.

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Education Game Changers: EdTech to Watch in 2017

Posted by Erin Harding on Dec 15, 2016 7:56:59 AM

Recently, Hapara CEO and co-founder Jan Zawadzki and Hapara's VP of Business Development, Chris Buja joined Jim Connor on Game Changers Silicon Valley to discuss some of the new technologies that are currently making their way into the education system, including Hapara. 

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Topics: Edtech, future ready, Education

Using Data to Measure Digital Literacy

Posted by Erin Harding on Nov 21, 2016 11:11:46 AM

Digital literacy is not a new term. It’s not a buzzword that will fade away in a few years, it is a critical part of teaching learners the skills they need to be successful. Most of us interact with a computer of some sort on a daily basis. From the smartphone in your pocket to the desktop at work, computers are everywhere, and everyone needs to know how to use them to find, evaluate, understand and share information in a variety of formats and from an array of sources.

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Topics: GAFE, Hapara Analytics, digital literacy, data

What’s Trending from iNACOL 2016

Posted by Erin Harding on Nov 3, 2016 12:06:24 PM

The Hapara team was on the ground in the exhibit hall at iNACOL’s Blended and Online Learning Symposium last week to talk about our brand new Analytics product and to meet with educators from around the country.

We talk to teachers and educators every day, but attending conferences like iNACOL really amplifies their conversations and reveals some of the big trends happening in K12 education. Below are the top 4 topics we heard trending at iNACOL 2016.

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Topics: Blended Learning, PD, personalized learning, iNacol, competency based learning

Measuring Impact: The Transition to Digital Learning

Posted by Erin Harding on Oct 18, 2016 1:53:56 PM

Districts around the country are making the transition to digital learning in order to better prepare their learners to be active participants in a digital-first world. When schools make the switch effectively, technology can be a cognitive tool that provides learners with differentiated learning experiences and teachers with the ability to adapt instruction based on feedback, all leading to greater, measurable achievement (Weston & Bain, 2010).  

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Topics: Edtech, Education, Google Apps, GAFE, Hapara Analytics

Teaching in the Cloud: How to be Present with Learners

Posted by Erin Harding on Aug 25, 2016 2:11:56 PM

Ideally, all learners will be able to use web based learning environments responsibly and safely. But as educators, it can be scary to give learners full autonomy in the digital world - not only are they easily distracted and taken off task, we also want to make sure they’re not engaging in risky behaviour or viewing materials that are inappropriate for school.

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Topics: Cloud Based Learning

4 Ways to Increase Learner Engagement with OneNote

Posted by Erin Harding on Jul 28, 2016 9:23:47 AM

Products like Microsoft Office 365 Education and OneNote can help students transition from the traditional world of notebooks and binders into a digital learning environment. But what’s the real value in making this switch?  

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Topics: Teacher Dashboard, Blended Learning, Microsoft, OneNote

How To Make ISTE 2016 A Learning Adventure

Posted by Erin Harding on Jun 22, 2016 12:31:26 PM

ISTE 2016 is almost here! We’re super excited to meet with teachers from around the world next week in Denver, but we also know that ISTE can be a little overwhelming. So, here are our tips and tricks for making ISTE an awesome learning adventure. 

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Topics: Edtech, PD, Professional Development, Conferences, ISTE

Using Technology to Rethink Summer Learning

Posted by Erin Harding on Jun 6, 2016 11:43:10 AM

“Summer slide,” “Summer brain drain,” no matter what term you use for it, it’s well-known that learners lose critical academic skills during the weeks that they are out of school. This is true in both reading and math, and especially true for low-income learners.

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Topics: Edtech, Teacher Dashboard, Education, Workspace, Project Based Learning, Edtech Update

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