Futurist David Thornburg argues that "disruptive technology" is reshaping how students learn. But how can schools prepare for what they can't predict?
- By Stephen Noonoo
Online Advanced Placement courses give underserved overachievers a chance to expand their educational horizons (and save on college).
- By Alva James Johnson
A new crop of digital tools featuring primary sources and immersive lessons are giving students an active role in bringing history--or at least social studies class--to life.
- By Michelle Fredette
Here are five key areas that K-12 districts, administrators, and teachers should keep an eye on in the year ahead.
- By Bridget McCrea
Technology can help educators train students' focus away from rote memorization toward deep conceptual learning by building on prior knowledge and making connections between concepts.
- By Peter Rillero and Helen Padgett
Geoff gets his boss at the State Educational Technology Directors Association to speculate about what 2013 will look like for ed tech now that the Obama administration is continuing for a second term.
- By Geoffrey H. Fletcher
Our panel of experts determines which ed tech devices and practices are heating up, and which are losing steam, in 2013.
If you thought teacher evaluations were a challenge, welcome to the new federal requirements for evaluating principals and superintendents.
How one district is using videoconferencing to bolster both course offerings and enrollment in two of its high schools.
- By Joseph Rapposelli
Educators don’t have to alter lessons for each device, argues BYOD expert Ron Milliner.