File these in The Future Is Now file
Using social media techniques, which are often seen as a bogeyman for districts, educators have been able to keep connected with students.
Sometimes “work” research is a great distraction from the terrible news out of Houston inTech&Learning’s weekend newsfeed.
While ISTE may have ended weeks ago, the impact from this year’s largest edtech show in the United States is still settling in.
#ISTE17had a number of new product announcements that address everything from personalized learning to student data privacy protection to the latest upgrades in STEAM and maker place offerings
While the Tech & Learning tagline, “ideas and tools for edtech leaders,” is our monthly editorial guide, this month’s issue flips the script.
The countdown is on for San Antonio, TX the biggest edtech event in the US and Tech&Learning will be covering it
While there are more than 15,000 school districts in the United States, the Big Three—New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, usually get all the edtech press, especially when the coverage is negative.
Last weekSecretary of Education Betsy DeVos spokeat Davos in the Desert aka theASU+GSVconference in Salt Lake City and the reaction has been mixed at best.
I would recommend bookmarking theTech&Learning Live social media hubwhere you can scroll through highlights of last week and follow along in real timethis Friday!
It was Mark Twain who popularized the quip, "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics."
Suffice it to say that the editors here at Tech & Learning are pretty bullish on, well, technology and education.
It’s always great to engage in conversations with technology leaders from some of the countries most innovative districts.
One of the many things that make this job both inspiring and fun is the opportunity to interact with readers—educators who over the years have become trusted advisors and contributors.
These three examples give me the confidence to declare a trend: Students are beginning to own their own learning process!
While the rest of the world may seem in disarray, the state of edtech so far in 2017 appears to be strong.
Now that Betsy DeVos has officially taken over as head of the DOE, focus in the blogosphere turns to the ramifications.
Seems like the Tech&Learning newsfeed are returning to a bit of normality with some interesting pieces.