Better communication with students and more representation within edtech are just some ways we can better serve all special education students with technology, says University of California, Irvine’s Gillian Hayes.
Project-based learning can foster student input, create hands-on opportunities, and lead to more unique learning experiences
To create a diverse school IT staff, education leaders have to be intentional about recruiting, supporting, and developing professionals from all backgrounds
After applying for an education grant, here are the next steps to take whether you receive funding or not
November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and there are plenty of ways to have your class participate and learn in the process.
By removing social security numbers from student data, Greeneville City School District has increased security by making itself less of a target
Here's what you need to know about the digital tools for teachers, such as Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, and Flipgrid
This Google Jamboard Lesson Plan is designed to help educators implement a virtual, yet hands-on, learning activity into any learning environment
Women education leaders from Tech & Learning’s Honor Role podcast share the importance of self-care in their leadership roles
When teaching about local elections, an experiential approach can be effective in giving students firsthand perspectives