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.
ISTE announced Tuesday the creation of ISTE Learning, a website the society hopes will serve as an online meeting place for teachers wishing to improve their digital capabilities.
A report on online learning finds that 27 percent of high school students were enrolled in at least one online course in 2009, nearly double the number in 2008.
Give them time to grasp the basics and early elementary school students (and teachers) can gain as much from classroom technology as anyone else.
A new report released Monday finds that years of teaching experience is not a determining factor in how much an educator integrates technology in the classroom.
A group of district-level technology administrators outlined the key components of successful district-wide software implementation.
ISTE CEO Don Knezek addressed wide-ranging ed-tech issues such as funding, social-networking concerns, mobile computing, and digital citizenship in a roundtable discussion.
Karen Cator said Monday here at the ISTE 2010 ed-tech conference that the teaching portion of the National Education Technology Plan was hardest to write.