Coverage of the FETC 2012 Conference
Here you'll find coverage of the FETC conference. The 2012 National Conference is being held Jan. 23-26 in Orlando, FL. We're providing news from the show floor, session highlights, and lead-up interviews with ed tech leaders who will be delivering keynote addresses and moderating sessions at the event. You'll also find coverage of past FETC events deeper in these archives. For show schedule, registration information, and other details about the conference itself, visit FETC's site here.
StrataLogica, a Web-based educational geography tool, is gaining integration with Smart Technologies' Smart Notebook software for interactive whiteboards.
PBS TeacherLine next month will launch a six-week course designed to introduce teachers to the "critical knowledge, strategies, and techniques to support student achievement in an online learning environment."
StudySync, an online supplemental curriculum from BookheadEd Learning, is offering one-on-one demonstrations this week in booth 1138 at the Florida Education Technology Conference in Orlando.
Chief has unveiled a new line of flat panel and ceiling mounts with interactive functionality.
Two years ago, Andy Hall, technology director for Kearney R-1 School District in Kearney, MO, faced a dilemma that's not all that uncommon these days: budget cuts coupled with increased demand for IT services.
Education developer Shmoop has released a new guide designed to help teachers prepare their students for college.
For Broward Virtual School's Evelyn Weaver, building a successful virtual learning environment begins with four key components.
Wireless develpment didn't end with 802.11n. With new, higher-speed specifications looming, plus the ever-increasing demands of 1-to-1 and BYOD programs in schools, planning for the future in wireless implementations is just as crucial as ever.
New technologies like iPads and cloud computing are driving changes in the way students learn and the way teachers educate. But change is about much more than the device, according to Rushton Hurley, executive director of Next Vista for Learning.
According to Project Tomorrow CEO Julie Evans, "Today's students have their own 'student vision' for how they want to use technology for learning. That vision," she said, "is really a statement of how students want to learn in general."