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.
So why is the louder buzz about “augmented reality,” which merely pastes digital enhancements onto the real world?
At TCEA, PR with Panache hosted a panel of students from Westlake High School in the Eanes (TX) ISD to discuss their perspectives on edtech.
This month's print issue features two stories about edtech's most ambiguous of phrases—personalized learning.
This past weekend celebrated another successfulEducon,the annual conference hosted byScience Leadership Academyin Philadelphia.
The difference between Personalized and Individualized Learning is more than just semantics. A conversation with Diana Laufenberg
Scroll through these links for some of the best stories beyondTech&Learningthat our editors bookmarked this year.
The inaugural National Education Week (#NatEdWeek) at NYU innovation conference convened yesterday at the NYU Skirball Center.
T&L reports on thelaunch of the 2016 National Education Technology Plan during the same week that Congress passed the Every Student Succeeds Act.
Tech & Learning was in attendance at today'slaunch of theNational Education Technology Plan 2016and celebration of the one-year anniversary ofFuture Ready.
What started as a DIY counterculture movement has become one of the hottest trends in K-12: makerspaces
Tech & Learning has selected four winning schools in its inaugural “What's Your Best EdTech Project” contest for California schools.