Sustaining a culture of innovation at your school or district involves more than just coming up with new ideas.
Cristin Kennedy, Director of Instructional Technology for Cobb County Schools in Georgia, was recently recognized for leading the way on technology implementation
Sam Brooks broke receiving records as a Division I football player, now he heads an influential online program that offers a celebrated personal finance class and emphasizes individualized learning.
Tech & Learning’s Leadership Summit covered a wide variety of topics, from esports to data privacy, and recognized the winners of the California Tech & Learning Innovative Leader Awards
Dr. Claudia Martinez, who wrote a book with her students at North Tattnall Middle School in Georgia, recently received the award for Best Example of Teacher & Student Well-Being at Tech & Learning’s Innovative Leader Awards in Atlanta.
The honor recognizes exceptional administrators in select regions around the country who are leading innovation in their school districts
AmTech Career Academy won Most Innovative Learning Spaces at Tech & Learning’s Innovative Leader Awards in Orlando in January.
Schools can learn from businesses and engage in customer service and more frequent analysis of ongoing projects, says educator Bill Bass.
ASU’s Luminosity Lab, a think tank, is expanding its efforts to create and implement real-world solutions for local health care, education, and energy challenges.
Each year in late June, ISTE is held in a large US city, drawing educators and administrators from across the globe.
To think like a leader is to design a blueprint for success (i.e district, school or lesson plan) that is ongoing, dynamic, and able to change in time with the reality of a changing school environment.
Innovation is a long, difficult journey with several failures before the right solution is designed.
If we’re going to help our kids become knowledgable, engaged, and active citizens, they need to be solving problems and addressing questions.
Selected by an advisory board of edtech experts, the top accelerators are: Learners as Creators; Data-Driven Practices; Personalization; Design Thinking; and Building the Capacity of Human Leaders.