Common Sense Media, which recently unveiled a digital citizenship curriculum, says issues of digital responsibility transcend social and economic classes.
Closing keynote speaker Jeff Piontek discussed the importance of following your passion and infusing creativity and innovation into the STEM subjects to a packed auditorium.
To to break out of "systemic failure," educators must rethink basic assumptions of what schools should look like, says Alisa Berger, a co-principal of the NYC iSchool.
The potential benefits of saving time, money and resources outweigh the safety concerns of using cloud applications in schools, said Richard Alcantar.
Digital citizenship is a multi-faceted and essential piece of student curriculum, says Mike Ribble, a district technology director and author of several books on the subject.
The International Society for Technology in Education on Wednesday explained an evolving web-literacy curriculum developed with Microsoft and gathered feedback.
One cutting-edge high school computer science program aims to arm students with the business skills needed to thrive as cyber entrepreneurs.
A music educator talks about the sweet melody that fills the air when technology and music work together.
K-12 and postsecondary institutions are progressing toward a vision of technology-rich, 21st-century schools, albeit very slowly, a survey says.
Mobile learning evangelist Elliot Soloway predicts that every student in every school in the country will be using a mobile learning device within five years.