The leader of a Montana school district spends up to two hours each day grading assignments from students in an online English credit recovery program.
February 2020 Archives
Two educators who use voice technologies in their classrooms offer tips for how to use the devices for teaching and learning and the steps necessary for avoiding privacy pitfalls.
Education technology leaders are increasingly called upon to help prepare students for the future of work. For one Tennessee CTO, that means creating maker spaces and helping students learn online.
Companies like Verizon, American Airlines, Microsoft and IBM want students to learn lessons around soft skills, technology, and design thinking to prepare them for the future workplace.
Schools and tech companies in the U.S. and abroad have experience deploying virtual learning should a coronavirus emergency arise.
Having a strong teacher in the classroom is more important than having good technology, a University of Michigan professor argues.
Legislative proposals seek to promote students' online savvy through the creation of new curricular materials, increasing access to media specialists, and other means.
President Donald Trump is asking for a $680 million increase to state grants for career and technical education, the largest federal program aimed at high schools.
To combat math confusion and frustration, a team of three teachers records daily videos summarizing lessons and running through example problems.
At Martha Elementary in West Virginia, students use small drones to simulate real-world events and learn about the power of technology as a force for good.
Officials in Illinois, Nevada, and Pennsylvania are proposing to close online charter schools over concerns that they're producing subpar academic results for students.