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Educators looking for interdisciplinary learning activities that cover STEAM, career preparation and social-emotional learning can use stimulus funding on interactive ed-tech.
NASEF and NACE are combining their resources to help further build the pipeline to STEM pathways for interested gamers from high schools to higher education.
FETC keynote speaker Bob Ward explores how schools can better prepare underserved students for a future with higher expectations.
The usual gang of ed-tech experts showed off the latest learning tools—with a focus on social emotional learning and virtual reality—at Friday’s FETC® highlight, TechShare Live.
Robotics can provide students with more engaging and relevant hands-on STEM lessons, compared to traditional modes of instruction.
Cloud-based technology can provide a more secure and user-friendly system for school surveillance in cameras, IT said in Future of Education Technology Conference® presentation.
FETC keynote speaker Marcus Buckingham, an expert on talent at work, shared what administrators can do to build resilience in themselves and the educators on their teams.
Keynote speaker Eric Sheninger says districts must be willing to embrace change, technology and a more personalized approach to truly empower students
FETC looks at how educators in three innovative districts innovated to keep students engaged in hands-on, career-focused STEM projects despite the shift to remote instruction.
FETC keynote speaker Superintendent Jill Siler loves her job 95% of the time. Pushing through the remaining 5% is the truest test of leadership and courage, she says.
Pop quizzes and recording lessons are two ways teachers can meet the hybrid learning challenge of keeping virtual and in-person students engaged in the same lessons.
FETC keynote speaker discusses how Title I schools, universal prekindergarten and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act could all see increased funding under the Biden administration.