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The future of education post-COVID may be less about a return to physical classrooms and more about instructing students in the ways they learn best.
Gamification, play and fun are how English teacher and instructional coach John Meehan, an FETC 2022 featured speaker, is reaching new levels of engagement with his students.
With the delta variant surge complicating the new school year, regular COVID testing remains one of the most effective ways to keep students healthy and classrooms open, experts say.
Featured speaker Matthew Joseph says expanding personal learning networks, reach is important.
1-to-1 programs are more effective when students are allowed to bring devices home so they “are really fluid between school and home,” ed-tech expert says.
It is critical that K-12 leaders do all they can to celebrate the success their teachers and students have had with online and digital tools, FETC featured speaker Ann McMullan says.
Project Tomorrow reveals a lack of trade-ins taking place.
Ed-tech leaders across the country are updating and revising device management procedures in the wake of distributing thousands—if not tens or hundreds of thousands—of devices.
FETC keynote speaker Eric Curts teaches educators how to use edtech in a meaningful (and fun) way.
Administrators launch initiatives to maximize online learning, even if its no longer as essential as it was in the COVID-disrupted 2020-21 school year.
Smart investments, returns can help districts get new tech.