Dr. Laurie Fiorenza has created the “Hear It From a Huskie” podcast to showcase the great work of the teachers in Oak Park and River Forest High School in Illinois
After starting out in business, Tech & Learning Innovative Leader Award winner Mary Jane Warden fell in love with teaching and the potential to facilitate learning with technology
Jessica Hicklin is using edtech to help make in-prison education more accessible. It’s a mission inspired by her time incarcerated.
It's Kahoot! vs Blooket and the competition to win a space in your class is on for these quiz learning tools.
Cyberbullying involves an imbalance of physical or emotional power and an intent to cause harm, like traditional bullying, and is not limited to the school day or school grounds
President Biden's recent executive order on AI could be the first step in relieving teachers from implementing their own AI policies on the fly.
Jane Rosenzweig sees potential for AI in the future but is critical of many of its current classroom applications.
The AI detectors got it wrong more than half the time when evaluating writing from non-Native English-speaking students, recent research found.
ChatGPT Plus subscribers now have an internet-enabled version of the chatbot, providing students who can afford the subscription version with more opportunities to learn and cheat.
Having a strong IT leadership team is essential to successfully supporting your entire school community
Past research has noted a print advantage in reading. Researchers wondered whether that would still be the case when comparing print to handheld devices. It was.
The Help me write tool is built into Google Docs for select users, providing ease of access that could make AI writing even more widespread