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You can take a deep dive into coaching through uncertainty, blockchain technology, and fully embracing ed-tech on the closing day of FETC Friday.
Power panelists discuss how they transformed their districts and what they are hoping education embraces beyond the pandemic.
Positive brains triple creativity and problem-solving and leader to stronger social bonds that reduce bullying and isolation, he says
Here's why everyone should care about STEM and why storytelling is critically important when communicating scientific knowledge that can solve some of the world's most urgent problems.
CTOs gather, bond and share experiences and tips about their ever-changing roles at this year’s FETC.
Students will push away when they feel like teachers or other staff are trying to change who they are, said Jethro Jones, during his FETC workshop Tuesday on contending with trauma.
An induction program can provide huge supports that help prevent talented, young educators from leaving their jobs.
Librarians have not only become go-to ed-tech coaches in their schools but they have also been a shoulder to cry on over the last two years.
Superintendents will detail how they are leading teaching and learning in a world of constant change. You can also learn how to bring literacy to life with makerspaces and how gamification makes exams more engaging.
Among the many things to see and do, register for a chance to win one of three free trips to FETC 2023 in New Orleans.
Speaker Brianna Hodges says technology is here to stay and creating magic for students must be a priority.
Despite talk of tech fatigue after the last two years, teachers can also use the web to provide refreshing digital brain breaks for their classes.