Technology in education is not going away, but poorly implemented technology should.
Educators from New York City’s Department of Education share their best practices and advice for supporting digital citizenship
Informable is a media literacy app from the nonprofit News Literacy Project that challenges users to think critically about online content.
A cross-disciplinary collaboration at the University of Delaware has developed a teaching tool to deliver cybersecurity training in classrooms—Zenbo, the social robot.
Adventure 2 Learning today announced the launch of its second generation educational technology platform.
Using tech tools to enhance project-based learning helped one teacher personalize lessons and reach all her students, regardless of knowledge gaps and multi-level abilities.
The five DigCitCommit competencies – inclusive, informed, engaged, balanced, alert – are designed to focus less on a list of DON’Ts and more on a proactive approach of DOs that challenge students to stay safe, solve problems and become a force of positivity.
"We are pleased to join the Gaggle team given our intense focus on the health, safety, and well-being of our students and community,” said Dr. Mark Johnston, superintendent, Shenandoah County Public Schools, Virginia.
From inconsistent homework policies to a perceived lack of empathy and understanding from their teachers, the students were coming at the digital equity issue from a whole different angle.
The data suggest that teachers and schools should consider adopting a more holistic approach to digital citizenship.
Storybird is an online social platform (and Chrome app) for storytelling. Students act as authors, pairing their words with site-curated, licensed art.
CDI Computer Dealers, provider of classroom-ready technology to schools, has partnered with Parlay to bring its new online classroom discussion tool to schools throughout North America.
This invitation-only event focused on sharing and learning about the many innovative solutions that district leaders are creating to close the digital equity divide.
Sometimes we forget the fact that if you post someone’s content and do not give them credit, you are essentially stealing their work.