Using Failure and Risk-taking to Unlock Creativity and Innovation
Award-winning educator Michael Marassa says one of the keys to being a successful chief technology officer is putting the needs of students and teachers first.
The Centre for Innovative Learning only exists in the minds of a few innovative educators, but we sure wish it was real.
James Batson says his district’s approach to edtech equity has been successful because of the intentionality behind it more than any one initiative.
Tech & Learning’s “Innovative District Leader Summit” at the Liberty Science Center outside New York City brought together the nation’s most innovative district leaders to plan the school of the future
Melissa Jacobs, director of library services for New York City’s Department of Education, shares tips for encouraging literacy and improving equity with digital books.
Tips for encouraging girls to code, from Innovative Technology Director award winner, Dr. Karee McAndrew
The Brigantine Public School district has redesigned its learning spaces and rethought how and where learning takes place. Superintendent Glenn Robbins shares how others districts can do the same and prioritize student-centered learning in the process.
Lessons learned after a district fell victim to a ransomware attack, from Brad Stewart the chief technology officer at Lufkin ISD
Tech & Learning’s Regional Leadership Summits are designed to provide school district administrators with a unique opportunity to network with their colleagues in support of driving innovation in their school districts.
Under the leadership of Alena Zachery-Ross, Ypsilanti Community Schools in Michigan has developed award-winning wellness programs
Creating learning spaces that are accessible for students with specific needs almost always leads to positive outcomes for all learners
Webinars should be as interactive as possible and allow for hands-on practice, says Laurie Guyon, who has hosted more than 400 webinars for her Board of Cooperative Educational Services
Tech & Learning’s Boston Leadership Summit covered a wide variety of topics and recognized the winners of the Boston Tech & Learning Innovative Leader Awards
Cristin Kennedy, Director of Instructional Technology for Cobb County Schools in Georgia, was recently recognized for leading the way on technology implementation
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