Innovative Leader Award winner Robert C. Sidford shares IT leadership advice, from focusing on fixing 80 percent of the problem to recognizing your own weaknesses.
Students are using phones and screens more than ever before and, fortunately, the mental health impact of the devices may be exaggerated.
Superintendent of the Year Curtis Cain advises educators to keep alive the spirit of innovation that emerged during the pandemic and to remember how important the work they do is.
A randomized control trial found teachers who received mindfulness training had less job-related stress and anxiety
Habib Matar, lead instructor of the new AI incubator lab at Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Arizona, shares advice for starting an AI lab at a university.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is often inherently employed by CTE instructors in their classrooms, which offers lessons for all educators.
For certain students, teaching statistics with baseball can help them understand the power of numbers.
Sam Brooks broke receiving records as a Division I football player, now he heads an influential online program that offers a celebrated personal finance class and emphasizes individualized learning.
Dr. Claudia Martinez, who wrote a book with her students at North Tattnall Middle School in Georgia, recently received the award for Best Example of Teacher & Student Well-Being at Tech & Learning’s Innovative Leader Awards in Atlanta.
Children’s use of virtual reality (VR) seemed to increase during lockdown but was most effective when incorporated with supporting materials that contextualized the VR experience.
The end of the school year is in sight, so here are some strategies for saving time and maximizing impact to help you across the finish line.
Despite many misconceptions, virtual learning can offer students a chance to socialize, interact with teachers, receive individualized feedback, and even go on field trips.
Experts recommend a multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) that can help students get the mental health assistance they need to flourish both socially and academically.
Kids and adults learned a similar amount if they read text or had it read to them, according to new research.
Early in the pandemic, Kyle Berger, chief technology officer for Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District, installed cameras in every classroom for hybrid learning. Those cameras continue to be used in innovative ways.
Though written in 1818, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein explores themes of science and ethics relative to today’s students.
When students prepare to teach a subject, they learn it more effectively. A new study provides a blueprint for incorporating the benefits of student teaching without taking up class time.
SEL has become a flashpoint in the education wars. However, when parents understand what SEL is, they rarely oppose it.
Experienced education IT professionals share tips on safe and equitable technology use for students and staff.
These sites and sources can help educators teach their students about the tragic conflict in Ukraine.
The idea that different students have different learning styles pervades education, but cognitive scientists say there is no evidence learning styles exist.
The Antwerp Innovation and Aquaponics Center was a finalist for Tech & Learning’s Innovative Leader Awards: Most Innovative Learning Spaces.
Adam A. Phyall, III worked diligently during the pandemic to help provide access to devices for all students within his district but says more work needs to be done to eliminate tech disparities.
Renee Kotsopoulos, director of health services for the Garland ISD in Texas, helped bring telehealth to her students and believes technology can help keep kids healthy and in school.