Back-to-school time and the news feeds are serving up a selection of trend stories on what gear will be coming with returning students.
As we wade waist deep into election season, I find myself searching harder for substantive issues regarding education technology from either campaign.
The Pokémon Go hysteria, while quite silly in many ways, is also a genuine harbinger of augmented reality in the edtech space.
We are less than a week away from the year’s biggest edtech event andTech&Learning Live @ISTEis reaching a crescendo.
Start the countdown. #ISTE2016 in Denver is less than two weeks away and Tech&Learning is already on the case.
Not to be outdone with spoiling snow days throughonline learning, many districts are aiming to do the same with summer school.
From where I sit, it looks like the promise of fully immersive classroom A/V experience is real this time.
Every kid deserves access. It’s the right idea. But making that idea a reality is easier said than done.
Another week, another bunch of school districts struggling to deal with the negative effects of social media misuse.
As much as the Luddites may hem and haw over computers or devices or the Internet or Social Media in the classroom, the reality is that they are all there, everywhere.
Tech&Learning’s favorite occasional LudditeAlfie Kohn recently posteda great lament on the state of edtech in the classroom.
I am excited to be headed to Washington, DC to attend the annualCoSN conference, always an edtech highlight event of the year.
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It’s not often that the editors decide to dedicate pages in three consecutive issues to one particular topic.
Federal Agents raided several private schools and the offices of their edtech vendors in Ramapo, NY last week according to this story inlohud.com.
The annual month-long cool festSouth by Southwestbegins this week with a focus on education they tagSXSWedu.
I always enjoy when great journalists step into our world of education technology and take a look around.