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How can a student, searching the web to learn something new, know if they have located credible information? Kathy Schrock, a featured speaker at DA’s FETC 2020 offers some advice.
In this web seminar, presenters discussed how the Nevada Learning Academy is essential to Clark County School District’s effort to provide supplemental online courses to over 100 middle schools and high schools across one of the nation’s largest school districts.
Students can now better explore the state’s geography, history, agriculture and natural resources without leaving the classroom.
Artificial intelligence saves time and makes everyday life easier, and it can help teachers and students in the classroom, too.
Tap into available grants for technology and professional development with this DA resource guide.
Current research examines issues in K-12 education, including digital learning policies, high school student credential attainment, and per-pupil spending in U.S. school districts.
These seven tips can help school leaders address edtech and find the right balance for their classrooms.
To keep edtech secure, Houston ISD staffers developed an 11-step evaluation process and a digital library of approved resources.
Transitioning to teaching online can leave many educators feeling unprepared. Here's how to make the shift to teaching from behind the computer screen.
An increasing number of educators use similar augmented and virtual reality experiences to teach scientific concepts, as online and digital curricula continue to guide classroom instruction. Still, many teachers rely on hands-on activities and lab kits.
The national movement is accelerating the creation and sharing of open educational resources (OER) by educators.
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