Barrington School District 220 leaders gathered data from students and staff during the pandemic to ensure the spirit of innovation and change would continue.
As traditional sources of funding decrease, securing grants is a reasonable supplement to established funding.
The classic role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons is undergoing a renaissance and many say the game’s effectiveness as a teaching tool is almost, well, magical.
Roblox is a multiplayer building and exploring game that could help students in education.
Lessons learned after a district fell victim to a ransomware attack, from Brad Stewart the chief technology officer at Lufkin ISD
Classcraft gamifies the social and emotional needs of students with a hint of adventure for extra fun.
Genially is a presentation tool that gets interactive to be more engaging than the competition.
QR Codes can be a great way for teachers to distribute class material. Here are free sites you can use to generate QR codes.
Flexudy is an AI-powered tool for quiz, study and course assistance – but does it work?
Telepresence robots can bring students who cannot attend school into the classroom in a more immersive manner than video conferencing.
Members of student tech teams provide their districts with much-needed tech assistance and gain valuable real-world experience in the process.
The Universal Design for Learning framework seeks to engage all students with accessible, relevant, and meaningful learning.