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.
Teachers and IT staff have more work to do to meet student expectations of ideal classroom technology integration, says a new survey by CDW-G.