Carmen Alemany, journalist and social worker, addresses the disadvantages suffered by these students.
Technology and education are words that in recent years seem to go hand in hand, but do we really know the importance that one can have over the other?
Founded in 2010 BlinkLearning platform is used by more than 1.5 million users in 10,000 schools and is currently present in 44 countries. BlinkLearning is one of the only thirteen education companies listed in FT 1000.
Big data can be an ally against the lack of motivacion of students. ¿How could it help? Through adaptive learning. ¡Check it out!
Flipped Classroom is a pedagogical model that involves reversing the order of traditional education, moving the lecture part of the lesson home.
Do we spend too much time glued to our digital devices? We can make a more responsible use of them, and this affects both children and adults.
Flipped Classroom is an educational model that transfers the work of certain learning processes that usually occur in the classroom. Instruction moves home, and practice occurs in class.
Learning Analytics can be defined as the measurement and analysis of information collected during the learning process in a digital environment.
A new OECD report focused on analyzing how socioeconomic factors affect student achievement was recently published. ¿What does it say about Spain?
In cooperative learning, the final objective is always group-oriented and will be achieved if each of the group’s members successfully performs their tasks.
These are the findings of the Survey on the Use of ICTs in Education, that the BlinkLearning learning platform has been carrying out for the last 6 years.
The SEPEC Foundation will begin using BlinkLearning’s educational platform at the Collaborative Learning School created by the Jesuits of Barcelona.
Today we interview four innovative teachers who thanks to new technologies have managed to bring to the classroom an interesting website where mathematics take on a special meaning.
A look at the top EdTech trends as we march onto 2019