Educators had another fantastic experience touring another innovative school last week in Arizona during Tech&Learning’s latestLeadership Summit.
Another worrisome aspect in the current debate overnet neutralityis what the Trump administration’s intentions are regarding school funding for Internet access.
One of the darlings of the Silicon Valley tech boom have announced plans to backtrack from their intended plans to reinvent education (again).
I always find it enlightening to read analysis that pertains to education technology that is outside our traditional edtech walls.
The Connected Learning Alliance released an intriguing report today entitled From Good Intentions to Real Outcomes—Equity by Design in Learning Technologies.
“Someday, bots could be integral to college. They could be your tutor, advisor, grader—essentially, the bulk of teachers’ work.
Sometimes it's important to dig deep into conflicting analysis on what otherwise appears to be promising techniques in classrooms.
Two very interesting articles came through the Tech&Learning newsfeeds this weekend regarding how the edtech marketplace interacts with schools.