The New Year means setting up the calendar with a full slate of winter edtech events for our editors to cover.
Plucked a couple of interesting stories this weekend about how education technology can make students more active, not screen-addictedcouch potatoes.
Lost amid all the inaugural/march hoopla, the US Department of Education’s Office of Education Technology slipped in thissupplementto the2016 National Education Technology Plan.
I feel pretty certain we’re going to be hearing a lot more about charters, data, and personalized learning.
The new year means setting the calendar for a full slate of winter edtech events for our editors to cover.
The wonks are at it, diving deep into the weeds on what Betsy DeVos may do with the Department of Education and what the would mean for emerging technologies like personalized learning.
As the transition continues, more Former NYC Chancellor Harold Levy pens thisrosy opinion piecefor Fox:
Usually when we report on social media disruptions in school districts, it involves student hoax bomb threats or teachers behaving badly.
If nothing else, the election has certainly shaken the drapes when it comes how Washington DC will deal with education in general and edtech in particular.
Where to begin? This seems to be the most widespread question since President-elect Trump’s historic election victory this month.
Picked up a number of interesting bits last week at TheiNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium.
As The Every Student Succeeds Act(ESSA) turns from political concepts to practical reality during the 2017-18 school year, the chatter surrounding it gets more intense.
Valerie Strauss in the Washington Post opens her blog to excerptThomas Armstrong’s new bookon “brain-hostile education”
Another school year is here, and with it another list of new apps, both controversial and beneficial, with which to contend.
We’re always looking for new examples of transformative learning spaces for our Future Rooms feature in the print publication. Post or send them our way!
Another school year starts and with it new concerns and hopes about the promise of education technology get raised.