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The future of education technology

  From Apple computers to smartphones, iPads, and virtual reality, students and teachers are embracing the exciting educational opportunities offered by technology. To learn more,...

MarketScale Education Technology Study

Technology influences American secondary education as it never has before. The campus and the classroom are more connected than ever. Sophisticated audio-visual technologies allow administrations...

Experience, Technology Highlight 2018 EdTechTeacher Summit in Boston

This year’s second EdTechTeacher Summit brought teachers and other education professionals together from all over the country to the Revere Hotel in Boston, Mass....

Rise & Shine: School building problems heat up as cold weather sets in

It's the time of year when talk of snow days creeps back into our schoolday conversations. But even before the first snowflake fell, cold...

Why Edtech Specialists Should Focus on Transformation, Not Tools

  In the last decade, schools have dedicated tremendous resources to deploying technology into the classroom. As they invested in hardware and software, they began...

Video Games and Education: An Unlikely, but Sensible Partnership

Though parents and educators have long denounced video games as a waste of time, esports, or competitive play of popular video games such as...

How creative learning spaces lead to greater innovation

  As technology and innovation become first priority for school districts, it's important that students are offered creative learning spaces to expand and challenge their...

Technology is transforming what happens when a child goes to school

FOR a ten-year-old, Amartya is a thoughtful chap. One Monday morning at the Khan Lab School (KLS) in Mountain View, California, he explains that...

MOLD CAUSES SCHOOLS ACROSS THE U.S. TO CLOSE

Across the country, mold infestations are resulting in school closures. Heat and moisture are common attributors to mold outbreaks, as well as aging HVAC...

Grad students will be future professors, but are they learning how to teach effectively?

A new Portland State University study found that graduate students are on board with wanting to adopt interactive teaching methods but often don't get...