Studyo Blog

Thoughts on executive function skills and more

Executive Function, Leaders and Stress

Entrepreneurship. Leadership. Self-management. Creativity. Today’s careers require many of these skills if not all. And as the world goes flat, removing management levels in current organizations thus increasing every employee’s empowerment (see...

read more

Is Apple’s new Schoolwork simply a fancy LMS?

You have to give it to Apple, they have flair. Presenting in a school, including educators in the presentation and have participants go through classroom activities as if they were students is a great way to engage and explain how they are different. And they...

read more

Planning a Path to Personalized Learning and Student Agency

  I’ve seen education-interlock mentioned in a few articles lately, relating to the fact that the education system has become dependant on its own structure and changing parts is becoming more and more difficult. In Heather Stacker’s blog post, Give...

read more
You aren’t getting rid of this old technology

You aren’t getting rid of this old technology

Ah, the good ole days In 1801, when James Pilans created the first classroom blackboard, a new revolution started. No longer did teachers need to walk from desk to desk to write problems on their students’ slates. This was a game changer… or was it? Teachers,...

read more

Tips for edtech teachers to create work-life balance

Striking a healthy work-life balance is a challenge for anyone, but for teachers it’s even more so. 3 in 10 teachers leave the profession after their first year and in some States up to 50% of teachers leave within their first 5 years. Why? There are a number of...

read more