• Does Tech offer improvements for special ed?
    Special education

    Does technology offer improvements for special ed?

    In 2017–18, 7 million students aged 3–21 received special education services, according to the National Centre for Educational Statistics. That’s 14% of all public school students. We are increasingly, and quite correctly, becoming ever more aware of the cognitive diversity present in the classroom (and the population at large). But catering to this vast array of learning needs remains a significant challenge for educators. Fortunately, we live in an age where a huge range of technological possibility exists. But do digital tools offer tangible improvements to education access, or are they just yet another fad? Let’s explore how technology can improve special education and whether the advantages outweigh the potential…

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    How to Apply a Kami Coupon Code

    Do you have a Kami Coupon Code that you aren’t sure how to apply? Follow our easy steps below: Start by heading to web.kamihq.com, or opening the Kami Chrome App and log in. If you don’t yet have an account, you will need to create one before you can use your Coupon Code. First, you will need to click to your profile at the top right of the Kami page. It’ll either be an initial like the one outlined in red above, or a personalized profile image. A profile drop down will appear, where you can click the Enter Coupon Code button. A pop-up will appear where you can enter your coupon code. Once…

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    Kami Sponsors Midwest Summit featuring Google for Education

    Last month Kami sponsored the Midwest Summit featuring Google for Education, that was held at the Glacier Canyon Conference centre in Wisconsin Dells! The Midwest Summit is a two day, hands on conference that focuses on integrating Google Apps for Education in K-12 and Higher Ed learning environments. All presentations were presented by the Google Apps for EDU team, Google Certified Teachers, Google Apps for Education Trainers and local Google talent. Here are a few snapshots from a fantastic summit! Do you have an event coming up? Email us at marketing@kamihq.com.

  • Case study,  Teacher Tips

    3 Ways to use Kami in a Social Studies Classroom

    In social studies classrooms around the world, teachers use documents and images as a daily part of their curriculum. History is built on the analysis of first-hand accounts.  The interpretation of the meaning behind the words and images is archived for modern-day historians to retell stories.   While teaching high school history, I wanted to continually engage my students in this type of thinking and self-directed learning, allowing the students to become historians in my classroom.  In order to accomplish this task, I made it a goal to use as many different sources and documents in my classroom as possible.  With this task came an amazing waste of paper!  I…

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    Throwback: FETC 2017

    As many of you will know, Kami made the trip from New Zealand to Florida for FETC 2017. The team are loving the footage that the Kami GoPro caught at FETC 2017. We can’t wait for next year! Check it out below and head to our YouTube channel for more.