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FETC speakers Angelica Casillas-Wortham and Tina Cole from Istation share important insight on how educators can boost energy for themselves and those they teach.
In one FETC session, one superintendent reflected on getting through the pandemic and looking ahead to how it will impact next school year and beyond.
This thought leadership session from NWEA focused on the value of goal setting for students and explained an effective process to achieve success.
FETC attendees using Microsoft Teams for teaching learned how the platform's Insights tools can help in making informed decisions and in ensuring students' emotional, social, and academic needs are met.
Equity and educational transformation highlight Wednesday’s rich slate of sessions, keynotes and networking opportunities on the day two of FETC.
From enhancements to its iPads to changes it made in upgrading its operating systems for MACs, the company continues to set the bar high for educators and students.
Lee County Schools' partnership with SAFARI Montage's LOR has been a game-changer before and during COVID-19.
Digitizing a high school library boosts equity by expanding students' access to books while motivating them to spend more time reading, media specialist Shawn Maas said in an FETC presentation.
In Peter Gorman’s FETC 2021 keynote, he will share the elements of an aligned system that the highest performing school districts utilize to increase student achievement at scale.
Here are ways to maximize your experience at the free, virtual FETC 2021.
Thousands of education and technology professionals will gather online for the first-ever virtual Future of Education Technology Conference. You can still register.
Meet the industry experts who are sharing insights and predictions on the education landscape and the challenges and opportunities amid the pandemic.