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Educators didn’t expose students to any screen time when introducing preschool coding and robotics in Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
Tap into available grants for technology and professional development with this DA resource guide.
States and districts have been slow to implement high-quality instructional materials and the training to use them, despite evidence of the positive impact on learning outcomes.
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.
Administrators need not break the bank or disrupt daily schedules to offer paraprofessional training that ensures the success of students who need extra support.
Paraeducator professional development resource options include: LRP Publications offers a range of DirectSTEP courses for paraeducators on topics such as child development, collaborating with teachers, discipline and curriculum planning. The […]
Audits can show administrators whether their assessment strategies are informing instruction effectively and efficiently.
For administrators who are just embarking on assessment audits, Melissa Spadin of the San Diego County Office of Education has some guidance.
An earpiece, along with technology developed at the University of Washington College of Education, now helps administrators provide PD to paraeducators while they’re working with students.
A look at how school technology leaders can be “schizophrenic chameleons” by managing processes and procedures while taking risks and pushing boundaries.