Here are all of the ways that you can use digital storytelling to amplify your student's voices.


Two teachers share their strategies for maximizing learning for every student in their diverse school communities.


As contemporary K-12 students change their learning styles and expectations for their educations, teachers need to change too. Also, edtech has dramatically expanded what teachers can accomplish, so they need to understand how to integrate these new technologies into their teaching. In response, the education that teachers receive needs to be modified to meet the demands of modern K - 12 classrooms.


To support National Bully Prevention Month, I decided to author an article aimed at helping schools use edtech solutions to prevent bullying.


Educators are counting on your digital leadership and your support to help everyone embrace edtech. Here are five ways you can help them embrace digital technology.


Recent research shows that engaging young learners in collaborative projects improve their attitude towards STEM subjects and careers.


Ultimately, there are many different factors that go into making a great teacher. One thing is certain--effective teachers are needed in administration, and ineffective teachers are not.


For most teachers, classroom management is one of the biggest challenges. Luckily, edtech can help. Use these five classroom management apps, tools, and resources to minimize classroom management issues and maximize instructional time.


In this piece, we will discuss how one forward-thinking company has created a single sign-on solution that is helping schools optimize digital learning so that all of us can spend more time learning, less time logging in.


But what if Dr. King was still alive today? What would he think of our education system? And what would he say about digital inequity?


The opinions expressed in Education Futures: Emerging Trends in K-12 are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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