Learning by videos outperformed in-person lectures in an analysis of more than 105 studies looking at college students.
Data science education and literacy are critical for students to learn, especially with the ever-growing focus on digital data
Teaching tips using brain science from Beth Rogowsky, a professor at Bloomsburg University, from her book on brain science and teaching.
How the School District of Philadelphia uses its student wellbeing survey to support diversity, equity, and inclusion
Hologram lessons outperformed virtual reality and web lessons on 3D printing at the Florida Institute of Technology.
Incorporating AI, the Metaverse, and free play into students' lives is a counterintuitive way to boost learning
Cybersickness affects more than half of those who use virtual reality experience to some degree. Here’s what educators need to know about cybersickness and how to prevent it.
Teaching blended learning to other educators is the latest step of Sherri Powell's lifelong education journey
Thanks to ChatGPT and other new advances, the gap between science fiction and the classroom is closing before our eyes.
A new GPT-4-powered tool from Learnosity can instantly generate questions and detailed and varied feedback. Here’s what educators need to know.
Khan Academy’s Khanmigo learning guide is powered by GPT-4 and Sal Khan says the technology is so powerful it feels like it has passed the Turing Test
Cybersecurity was the No. 1 concern of edtech leaders, a CoSN survey reveals. These easy-to-implement tips can help any school district quickly address cybersecurity weaknesses.
Dr. Francine Berman permitted her students at UMass to use ChatGPT to help them write. Despite limitations, she found there were ways it could help edit student work.
Artificial intelligence (AI) slide generators are all over the place now but how much can they really help educators?
More than 10 percent of K-12 and college students said they study with ChatGPT in addition to a tutor, according to a recent survey
Peter Robinson, Technology Director at Auburn School Department, explains how his district makes its 1-2-1 program sustainable by selling devices before any are worthless.
South Carolina educators talk about how state resources and technology have helped their math instruction.
Tips for teaching with music as a helpful learning tool regardless of the subject from school social worker Sherena Small