Here’s how educators can use the latest neurological research to help improve math and science instruction.
Private and public sector groups are joining the effort to steer students toward tech education and careers.
- By Bridget McCrea
Three schools tell how they're combining tablets and clickers with interactive whiteboards to engage students on multiple levels.
JD Ferries-Rowe is the Chief Information Officer and debate coach at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School in Indianapolis. Here, he recounts how embracing BYOT has changed everything from how the school approaches PD to what classrooms look like.
3D fabricators are an exciting new technology, but students can also get the experience of creating three-dimensional objects using two-dimensional cutters.
- By Ellen Zimmerman
Whether you call it project- or problem-based learning, these technologies will help your students get authentic experience in a blended environment — and help your teachers to track their progress.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Common Sense Media’s service Graphite, which offers independent ratings and reviews of learning apps and websites, has compiled this list of its top apps that help students create digital media.
- By Graphite by Common Sense Media
Partnerships between tech companies and publishers are turning an ed tech buzzword into a reality, but, as one expert says, "It's going to take some time to get it right."
- By John K. Waters
When Tim Peltz took over directorship of Information Systems for the Racine Unified School District in Wisconsin five years ago, Racine had a multitude of computing devices with the typical district mix: some that were 15 years old, some that were brand new, and a whole bunch in between.
The Digital Driver's License is helping students navigate the hazards of the Internet.
- By Stephen Noonoo