Parents and educators read about the latest security breaches every day in news headlines.
One of the issues that district leaders tackled in Philadelphia at the June Tech & Learning Leadership Summit was how to change pedagogy to support new kinds of learning that technology has enabled.
Students at Mountain Brook (AL) high school learn how to vet a business idea, design a business, and pitch the business to investors in a unique entrepreneurial curriculum.
After incubating the idea in his district’s strategic plan, Dr. Chris Wasko, Instructional Project Manager in Wake County (NC) Public Schools, helped launch a digital portfolio initiative involving 700 teachers from 187 schools.
Forward-thinking schools are using technology to change how teachers and students interact and work together as well as to help students take more responsibility for their own learning.
The focus of the roundtable was to share strategies for addressing digital equity in their districts as they seek to close the equity gap for gender, economics, and diverse student communities.