All Blog Posts Tagged 'future' (25)

Future tenses

Future: Will


- Facts (something that is true). example: John will date Maria on Aphril 17th

-Prediction based on fact.example: It is cloudy today, it will rain later.

-General future. example: Will you go to classes?

-Resufal of things. example: I won´t go

-Promises. example: I will go tomorrow, I promise.…


Added by Carla Vidaurre Troncoso on July 1, 2016 at 12:35pm — No Comments

Getting back to 2.0 and approaching 3.0

It has been a while since I last visited Classroom 2.0.  With all of the new technologies available, I thought it might be a good thing to consider changing the name of this website to "Classroom 3.0".

In a nutshell, I'll update you on my life.

I decided to retire "early" from my position as a school psychologist last year.  I moved my retirement date from October 1st to January 1st to step in for another psychologist on leave.  After I retired, I visited…


Added by Lynn Marentette on June 1, 2015 at 8:15am — No Comments

Fellowship of Open Spokes -- Education in 5 Years

Something awesome is happening on a new channel in YouTube. Ben Wilkoff has gathered together a few everyday educators who are sharing weekly vlogs about education.


This week we're discussing what education might look like in five years. 


We'd love to have you watch and comment.…


Added by Sheri on April 21, 2013 at 10:20pm — No Comments

The History of Careers in America: Infographic

The History of Careers in America

From shifts in the economy to advances in technology, the career choices of Americans have changed dramatically since the 1900s. Since the days when “farmer” was a popular occupation, to the present when 50 percent of the top 20 fastest growing jobs are in healthcare, career choices have certainly shifted over…


Added by Crystal T on July 20, 2012 at 4:29pm — No Comments

Short Story on The Future of Holographic Teaching Technologies for the Classrom


Stan was a high-school French teacher, he liked to teach, and he was good at it, he'd better be after nearly 15-years. Thankfully, he'd been a teacher that long, as even teachers with 10-12 year tenure had been laid off recently with all the budget cuts, scary stuff. Luckily, he was still working, because he had a daughter who'd cost him a pretty penny in the next 4-6 years. Yes, he enjoyed the world of education, but he also liked being a father, but was…


Added by Lance Winslow on August 26, 2011 at 12:08am — No Comments

10 videos that WILL ignite a discussion - Part 2

Here are 10 videos that will get you thinking and reflecting on your educational practices and beliefs. I did a post a few months ago with 7 different videos, and the response was quite positive. Leave a comment and let me know what other videos you would add to the list. Thank you and enjoy!



Added by Justin Tarte on February 6, 2011 at 7:08am — No Comments

Our Past or Their Future

Are we preparing students for our past or their future?” Our assistant principal emailed this quote to me while she was listening to a presentation at a conference. It took me right back to my ancient past of about 20 years ago. I had just started a software training business. The bread and butter of…


Added by Mitch Ward on November 21, 2010 at 12:10pm — No Comments

Seven Free Social Media Tools For Teachers


Here is a link to a post by "Mashable/Social Media" that links to seven fantastic free social media tools for teachers.

Click here to check out these amazing resources.

The tools that are available today are so powerful it is hard to get our head…

Added by Gary Gray on October 16, 2010 at 12:52pm — 2 Comments

Complexity and the Future of Education

The increasing pace of what French philosopher-paleoanthropologist Teilhard de Chardin characterized as the “complexification of human circumstances” has made the nexus between complexity and education a timely and purposeful subject for examination.

On The Horizon announces a Special Issue on “Complexity and the Future of Education,” and invites authors to submit papers addressing the implications of… Continue

Added by Paul Schumann on September 6, 2010 at 12:08pm — No Comments

1, 2, a Few, Many

The purpose of this article is to give a brief history of the development of complexity science for people unfamiliar with the details of complexity science, describe the different types of complexity, discuss examples of the types of complexity, and introduce some ideas about how complexity could be introduced into education. This essay summarizes other work in the field of complexity science, and organizes the results in a… Continue

Added by Paul Schumann on September 6, 2010 at 11:26am — No Comments

Why YOU matter much more than you think...

Educators are constantly using their energy and resources on others. Their students are their number one priority, and consequently educators

are always filling the buckets of others. Educators dedicate

their lives to the development and growth of others...but wait, who

fills the buckets of educators? Who is there to tell the educators they

are doing a great job, and if they need anything somebody will always

be there… Continue

Added by Justin Tarte on August 9, 2010 at 5:58pm — No Comments

What are we so afraid of?

When was the last time you left your house without your cell phone? Can you remember the last time you did not access the internet in a 24 hour time frame? When was the last time

you opened a book to find an answer? If you are anything like most

Americans, I would be willing to bet you never leave your cell phone at

home (at least knowingly), you access the internet several times a day,

and… Continue

Added by Justin Tarte on August 9, 2010 at 6:13am — No Comments

Why we shouldn't treat schools like factories, even if it is more cost effective...

If you have ever walked into a factory that produces a finished good from raw materials, it is frankly an

amazing process. Dating back to the early 1900's, Henry Ford

revolutionized the world and the way it manufactures goods. How could

one argue with a process that can take different materials and

products, and in one smooth motion put them together to produce a brand

new flawless product…

Added by Justin Tarte on August 4, 2010 at 11:48am — 1 Comment

The Future of the Internet

Pew recently conducted a survey of 895 technology “stakeholders,” comprised of both technology experts and individuals who represent the Internet savvy public. The survey presented “potential-future scenarios to which respondents [reacted] with their expectations based on current knowledge and attitudes.” MORE...… Continue

Added by Shawn Roner on April 2, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

Sharing Some of My Knowledge

I'm a futurist and innovation consultant. Over the next two months I'm going to be sharing my knowledge in webinars at no charge. The schedule is:

July 23: Widgets, Folksonomies, Mashups and Syndication: An Introduction to Web 2.0

August 6: Market Intelligence… Continue

Added by Paul Schumann on July 9, 2009 at 10:27am — No Comments

Top Ten Most Requested Posts on

Here's a link to the Top Ten most requested articles on as well as the series on using Twitter in the Classroom.

340 posts in four-and-a-half months, and TeachPaperless is going strong. I'll be continuing to post daily throughout the summer, and remember that every Friday TP runs the Friday Chat -- a 45 minute live chat discussion of topics important to educators in… Continue

Added by Shelly Blake-Plock on June 11, 2009 at 6:37am — No Comments

Students Seeking Relevance In Education

Ben Grey raises one of the most fundamental questions regarding our present situation:

What are we doing for students accomplishing their most amazing feats of education outside the education system?
Information has become decentralized.… Continue

Added by Andrew on June 5, 2009 at 1:25pm — No Comments

Are Computer Games and Simulation Going to Revolutionize Our Educational Future - By Lance Winslow

By Lance Winslow

Is the video gaming entertainment industry evolving into a more serious version, or has it come to a fork in the road where one species splits off from another. I am speaking of where entertainment becomes "entercation" or "edutainment" and the technology is being used for training, fun, entertainment, and educational simulation. We all know that pilots train in simulators much of the time, and have seen computer… Continue

Added by Lance Winslow on May 27, 2009 at 2:09am — No Comments

Flat World Editorial

My "flat world " editorial was published in the Berkshire Eagle May 17, 2009-- with book recommendations. Probably redundant for many Classroom 2.0 folks but huge in my local scene. Many don't even "get" what I'm talking about. Long roads to travel here.

BTW, that's become my focus: Acting locally while thinking Globally. I'm calling it GLOCAL EDUCATION.

Added by Andrew on May 17, 2009 at 7:36pm — No Comments

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