June 2019 Archives

Technology can help reach students who might be reluctant to raise their hands in class or volunteer to be the line leader.


Crave pragmatic, honest, clear-eyed conversation about the realities of ed tech? Here's a reading list from Education Week, as presented at ISTE 2019.


A high school in California taught seniors to work with artificial intelligence by exploring technical skills and societal impacts and engaging students in projects.


Technology can help students find their interests, explore new formats, and reach new audiences, teacher Michelle Haiken said at the International Society for Technology in Education conference.


Kerwin Rent of EliteGamingLIVE argues the future of K-12 electronic sports is in face-to-face competitions that leverage student interest in gaming for learning and career development.


Millennial teachers may have grown up with Snapchat and iPads, but that doesn't mean that they feel prepared to enter the classroom ready to integrate technology into their lessons.


Schools have to do more than just teach kids to use technology. They have to make sure parents understand what's going on in their students digital lives, too.


High school students whose technology interests extend well beyond school offered advice for K-12 educators at the annual conference of the International Society for Education.


Artificial Intelligence has big implications for curriculum, teaching, learning, and district management. And it comes with its fair share of flaws too.


The idea of delivering internet connectivity to students and communities via buses has been around for years. But over the past few years, the scale of those efforts has increased as the mobile tech hubs have been transformed.


The ISTE 2019 annual ed-tech conference in Philadelphia June 23-26 will feature at least a half a dozen sessions that mention "Alexa" in their titles.


Educators overwhelmingly said in a survey that their students are "multi-tasking" on devices during class and that it hurts learning.


The International Society for Technology in Education will draw thousands of teachers, school administrators, and researchers from across the world to its annual conference in Philadelphia.


Fans of the E-rate worry that rapid progress could be threatened by a Republican-backed effort to place new restrictions on the amount of money the E-rate program can dole out to help schools and libraries improve connectivity.


The rise of Artificial Intelligence is expected to have big implications for the future of the labor market, and could lead to some new fields, a pair of reports concludes.


Maryland may be a model for how states should approach educating students for the workforce of the future, according to a new policy brief.


When it comes to the PISA, there's little evidence that technology use has a positive impact on student scores, and some evidence that it could actually drag it down, a new report finds.


The National Center for Learning Disabilities says district, schools, and vendors should make sure people who are experts in students in special education are involved in every stage of the process when it comes to purchasing technology.


Women could experience coming changes in the workforce in a very different way than men, requiring a concerted effort by schools to prepare today's girls accordingly, according to a new report.


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