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.


How Technology Is Building on Math's Foundation

Ted Hasselbring sees a fundamental problem with the way we teach math, not just to special needs students, but to all students.

Game-based Learning Is Playing for Keeps

The Institute of Play's Katie Salen helps educators understand the valuable connection between digital gaming and classroom instruction.

Epson Debuts 2 New 3D Projectors

Epson has released new 3D projectors that use both active and passive 3D technology. The company will show them at the upcoming FETC 2013 conference in Orlando Jan. 29-31.

Finding the Right Tech Tools Is Easy, If You Know Where to Look

Kathy Schrock guides educators through the process of building a personal learning network and organizing a constant flow of information.

Welcome to FETC 2013

Educator and ed tech enthusiast Jenna Linskens went from onetime FETC attendee to featured speaker. She shares how the conference has helped shape her career.

Is BYOT Just a Bridge to 1-to-1?

Mobile device trainer Brent Williams explains why BYOT may be just a band-aid until schools can launch their own 1-to-1 programs.

How Virtual Schools Can Get Real Results

Julie Young offers her insights into how distance learning can work best for teachers and students.

Epson Debuts High-Light-Output G-Series Projectors

Epson has launched a new family of high-light-output projectors, the PowerLite Pro G-series. The new models, which debuted at the FETC 2013 conference taking place in Orlando, FL this week, offer brightness ratings up up to 7,000 lumens on a single lamp.

Thornburg Center Unveils Free Standards-Aligned Videos

The Thornburg Center has released a variety of free short videos that are aligned with next-generation national science and engineering standards coming in the spring, as well as Common Core standards being implemented by the states. The Knights of Knowledge inquiry starters launch announcement was made today at Florida Education Technology Conference (FETC) 2013, and some of the videos are available now.

Tech Smackdown: 10 Cool Teacher Tools

This year's FETC's technology smackdown offered plenty of free and cheap gadgets and services that imaginative teachers will have fun with in the classroom.

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