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The technology is being used as a teacher training and development tool for everything from classroom management to identifying students at risk of suicide.
Far north on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, eighth-graders attend a weeklong Careers in Technology summer camp that gets them thinking more seriously about what they want to be when they grow up.
Want to transform your traditional science fair idea into one that fits a next-generation classroom? Check out these examples from Liza Rickey of Sartori Elementary School in Renton, Washington.
For students with disabilities, edtech can provide opportunities or barriers, so inclusivity should be considered throughout implementation.
The specter of censorship of high school journalism arose again earlier this year when the editor of a California high school newspaper wrote a feature story about an 18-year-old student who was making and posting sex videos online.
We have a few seats left at our Superintendents Summit September 18-20 in Atlanta. Join us and enjoy three powerful days of leadership development, networking and collaboration. You’ll hear from highly respected leaders in education and discover solutions to common challenges you and your peers face every day.
The Southern California superintendent has gone undercover in the district’s central nutrition services facility, its school bus lot and the security department.
Over the past two years, Superintendent Scott Bailey has gone undercover in the district’s central nutrition services facility, which produces 24,000 meals per day, and in the transportation department, where he failed the bus-driving test with flying colors.
Regular assessments of what edtech is on hand can help district CIOs determine the most impactful resources and strengthen data privacy.
Universal Design for Learning recognizes that variability is the norm in learning. UDL’s flexible system of instruction should appeal to every student in a classroom.
As science education has expanded in recent years to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards and project-based learning, so have the corresponding science fairs.
Educational technologist Kathy Schrock, who will be a featured speaker at DA’s FETC 2020, offers guidance and resources for teaching students how to critically evaluate online material.
When teacher Carol Behel surveyed parents of her elementary school English language learners, an overwhelming majority said they didn’t know how to help their children with reading or math assignments.
International best-selling author Daniel Pink and Justin Shaifer, the founder and executive director of Fascinate Inc., will be the keynote speakers at DA’s Future of Education Technology Conference®.
Schools can operate a virtual book fair at any time. As with in-person events, this online opportunity allows teachers to host a classroom-specific fair and earn money to pay for classroom supplies.
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