October 2018 - Tech Learning

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HOW CLASSROOM DESIGN, TECHNOLOGY, AND FURNITURE CAN ENHANCE STUDENT LEARNING
By Craig Williams
Wherever you are in the design and renovation process, I encourage you to develop a holistic approach to thinking about technology, furniture, and spatial design.

SOME VITAL STATISTICS FOR EDUCATORS
By Steve Baule
Globally, only about 20 percent of the $9.52 billion is being invested in K–20, according to GeekWire. Why isn’t the K–12 market driving more of this spending?

TECH TOOLS FOR ACTIVE LEARNING CLASSROOMS
By Matthew X. Joseph
One of the latest buzzwords in education is “active learning,” but what does this really look like in the classroom? Here are some great tools to introduce active learning into your classrooms.

DIGITAL EQUITY: TRANSFORMING THE PLAYING FIELD
By Tara Smith
Digital equity is one of the most complex and urgent issues facing 21st-century educators. Many educators are looking beneath the surface inequities of devices and connectivity to consider how digital tools can revolutionize learning and address even deeper inequities.
How to Address Digital Equity

SEL: T&L LEADERSHIP ROUNDTABLE
School leaders discuss their district approaches to Social Emotional Learning.

DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY
We ask our advisors about their current data privacy and security challenges.

PRODUCTS

WHAT’S NEW: NEW TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

EDITORS DESK: New Rules for Schools

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