Ken Royal

Ken Royal

Ken Royal is an educator with 34 years of classroom/school and instructional technology teaching experience, as well as a blogger on all things education and education technology. Teaching accomplishments include: 4-time district teacher of the year, Connecticut Middle School Teacher of the Year, as well as Bill and Melinda Gates award for Technology School of Excellence. He is an Education storyteller. Follow @KenRoyal on Twitter.
  • ClassFlow Educator Top Tips for Success at ISTE 2014

    by - Jul 1, 2014
    Kylee Moose, Joe Talavier, and Mike Bauer share ClassFlow top tips for success at #ISTE 2014 ClassFlow. Discover more at https://classflow.com/. Enjoy the tips from 3 enthusiastic classroom experts!...Read More
  • Promethean Today and for the Future

    by - Jun 24, 2014
    Welcome to ISTE’s conference and expo celebrating connected learning in a connected world! As part of this connected world, Promethean has a proud legacy as an established and trusted education friend. ­Promethean education products and solutions...
  • Where Does Learning Begin?

    by - Jun 11, 2014
    Where does learning begin? Some believe that it is a primary function, set in our DNA from the start, that without nurturing can vanish, possibly never to be seen again. If we do think learning happens...
  • Education Conference Scouts

    by - Jun 10, 2014
    All educators must plan to attend an education, or education technology conference as part of their continuing professional development. The least a district should do is send a few education conference scouts. There are so many...
  • Fundamentals of Teaching

    by - Jun 10, 2014
    The fundamentals of teaching in today’s classrooms haven’t changed enough, in part because the tools and the learning environment haven’t changed enough. When computer labs were the newest and latest learning settings, most lab computers were...
  • Teachers Need to Hear…

    by - Jun 10, 2014
    What do you think? Teachers need to hear that what they think is important more often. Some are never asked at all, and that’s unfortunate—too many good ideas are lost that way. Certainly, in a week...
  • Brave Education Leadership

    by - Jun 10, 2014
    Brave education leadership is not easy. It is often easier to follow the simplest lead, instead of doing a bit more work, figuring out a proper game plan, backed by good research—and then make things happen....
  • Participate with Teacher Voice

    by - Jun 9, 2014
    Teacher voice is an important gift both inside and outside the classroom. All teachers can and should take advantage of it. As a teacher you have the right to question the education value of things as it...
  • Best Teacher-Generated Professional Development

    by - Jun 9, 2014
    This teacher generated professional development idea shouldn’t be seen as another bit of work, or overstepping summertime or holiday boundaries. It should be seen as a way of formalizing a few of the great ideas educators...
  • Today’s Social Listening Skills

    by - Jun 9, 2014
    Educators have always used listening skills as a learning checkpoint, but in this technology tools age social listening needs to be more than a tick off a presentation checklist. Educators have a responsibility to include listening...