Strategic variety requires organizational curiosity.
Just as teachers require professional development (PD) to learn how to integrate technology into the classroom, administrators need professional development as well.
Cyber issues in schools can impact students, teachers, staff, and physical or virtual elements of schools and districts. Schools are driven by the notion of improving student learning through the tools and skills of educators.
One of the benefits of a technology-rich classroom environment is supposed to be better opportunities to personalize learning for all students.
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Here’s how our district uses the itslearning learning management system to manage our commitment to providing personalized, blended, and online learning to our middle- and high-school classes.
A balance between technology and one-on-one instruction ignites special ed students’ love for reading.
One of the issues that district leaders tackled in Philadelphia at the June Tech & Learning Leadership Summit was how to change pedagogy to support new kinds of learning that technology has enabled.
“We took time exploring our options, but we were sold on BenQ,” said Todd Gratehouse, CTO at Del Valle ISD.
After incubating the idea in his district’s strategic plan, Dr. Chris Wasko, Instructional Project Manager in Wake County (NC) Public Schools, helped launch a digital portfolio initiative involving 700 teachers from 187 schools.
As anyone who has led a digital conversion knows, deploying the devices and software subscriptions is only the first step in the ultimate goal of edtech.
When becoming literate in film, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, social media, etc, it’s about learning new forms of media.
Just glance at your inbox and odds are you’ll find at least one variety of phishing scam or email hack.