Poor internal communication, divided leadership teams, and top-down dictates all lead to wasteful technology spending in school districts, says Stephen Clemons of the San Diego County Office of Education.
At Cathedral High School, a private school in Indianapolis, a student tech-support team is creating an online library of video tutorials to help teachers implement a 1:1 iPad initiative.
Providing students with mobile devices can engage students, and accelerate their learning, a number of educators said during a panel discussion at ISTE today.
While students enjoy using certain types of technology, they gravitate toward analog methods of instruction as well, researchers found.
Gaps between districts' technology goals and their implementation of technology plans persist, according to annual SIIA K-20 Vision survey.
Pearson senior vice president and general manager Douglas McCollum talks with Education Week about the future of K-12 assessment, and addresses criticism of the company.
A survey of 200 Idaho teachers found that most want to use educational technology, but many are not familiar with or don't have access to the latest offerings.
Preparing districts for the common core requires focusing on instructional shifts, rather than technology itself, panelists at an ISTE forum argued Monday.
Ten-minute videos on a single topic, a personal feel, and frequent "retrieval feedback" are just some elements of massively open online courses that could soon come to high school classrooms, said Scott Garrigan of Lehigh University.
Marty Park, chief digital officer in the Ky. department of education, talks with Education Week about recovering from recent problems with online test administration.