Ellen Ullman checked in with some 1:1 districts to get their insight into what makes these initiatives strong and how they can be sustained.
A new study from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education reveals some interesting findings related to MOOCs.
Google Play for Education announced a new aspect of their content distribution strategy—digital books.
J Robinson lists additional extensions and tablet apps that make Evernote even more useful and versatile for the school leader and classroom teacher.
MaryAnn Karre reviews this online, interactive approach to teaching the scientific method.
A review of the growth of the U.S. from the Revolutionary War until all the states were added in 1959.
At Tech Forum California, students from elementary through high school shared their favorite apps and tools.
Common Sense Media released a survey showing adults are concerned about how students’ personal data may be used to market to them.
Shelly Terrell stopped giving her students homework and began to give them a choice of missions and challenges.
David Kapuler cites digital storytelling as one of the most prominent themes in this year’s list.