Educators educating Educators

May 28

In Summary

“Education is the foundation of a just society. Global competitiveness, scientific discoveries, and active citizenship all rest of this foundation. Education is the civil rights issue of our time. ” ~ Kathleen McCartney, Dean Harvard Graduate School of Education


Questions for all Educators. Will you…

Will you inspire a college dream that revolutionizes the way a student thinks?

Will you be a hero to children beginning their adventure through life?

Will you be the promise that transforms education across the globe?

Will you be a movement that demands justice and social equality?

Will you be the science that revolutionizes the way we learn?

Will you be the wisdom that brings calm to teenage years?

Will you be the pursuit of potential waiting to be realized?

Will you the first to recognize a leader of humankind?

Will you be the passion that rejects the status quo?

Will you be ray of hope for a forgotten community?

Will you be the spark that illuminates a mind?

How will your students remember you?

How will you impact your students?

How will you affect their future?



Read April's Ed Tip to understand how using video game design principles will improve instruction.  Moreover, educators should not view video games as the enemy of education, but rather a model for best teaching practices. When educators design instructional strategies, they must keep in mind the principles of video games, namely achievable challenge, and the role of dopamine in education.