In his latest book, Brain Gain: Technology and the Quest for Digital Wisdom, Marc Prensky talks about using technology to enhance the brain's cognitive processes.
A multinational survey from Dell Inc. found a majority of parents in China, Germany, and the United States feel positively about technology in the classroom.
But in some ways, Richard Rose's stance actually reflects that of some ed-tech advocates pushing for new models of research.
New York City-based start-up Codecademy is providing free curriculum and materials to teachers who want to start a computer programming after-school club.
Parents and educators see the use of technology for teaching and learning becoming increasingly important over the next 10 years.
The case for digital literacy education may best be explained by teachers.
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States are preparing for January 2014, when computers will become the only way to take the exam.
Competency Works and iNACOL explore how to design quality competency measures that would ideally replace seat-time requirements.