We can teach our students how to engage in discussion—not for the sake of winning, but for the sake of understanding and being understood.
In September, Tech & Learning hosted its SchoolCIO Summit, an invitation-only event for K-12 school leaders, in Baltimore, MD.
We’ve got a full lineup scheduled for tomorrow’sT&L Live in Princeton conferenceon Friday, October 21.
This week, SETDA celebratedits15th Anniversaryat the2016SETDA Leadership Summitat the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Maryland.
Last night’s presidential debate was certainly a first for many reasons, most of which are hardly appropriate for the K-12 classroom.
The announcement thatPokémon Go will be releasing its new wearable next weekhas sparked new interest about how this game might be incorporated into education.
This fall, T&L will celebrate makerspaces, FabLabs, and more at our annual Tech & Learning Live conferences.
T&L spoke with National Urban League President and CEO Marc Morial about how his organization sees the issue of equity in urban schools today.
At T&L Live Dallas, taking place on Thursday, November 3, keynote speaker Bob Moore will address the question: “Curriculum & Tech: Can This Marriage Be Saved”?
I meet some pretty amazing people through my job, and one of my favorite places to do this is at our Tech & Learning Live events.
Amazon made quite a buzz with its recent release of Inspire, the new online marketplace for lesson plans, curriculum, and other resource.
At the recent Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District (TX) conference, Ron Clark, the animated founder of the Ron Clark Academy presented the opening keynote.
There’s an odd duality happening at this time of year, as we simultaneously wind down our school year while gearing up for the biggest edtech conference in the U.S.
“Genius Hours” (#GeniusHour)— where students are allowed to explore their own passions for 20% of their time—have proven to be an effective method to inspire students.