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Inspiring more minority students to consider careers in cybersecurity would help close the talent gap while ensuring that the technology workforce is more representative of the general population.
Monitoring is not quite the right word to describe the responsibility educators have when thinking about students’ online activity outside of school hours, a cyberbullying expert says.
Filling learning loss with learning gain is crucial but we cannot focus so much on catch-up that we sacrifice creative learning and discovery.
Education’s immediate future requires taking full advantage of what worked during the pandemic as educators also guide students in regaining a sense of normalcy.
Featured speaker Shannon McClintock Miller will lead discussions on collaboration, choice boards and leadership.
Through the use of ed-tech tools, teachers can spend more time with their students. And students can learn and show their knowledge in their own way.
Project Tomorrow’s CEO notes the ‘poptential’ of clips that are relevant to young generations.
Fifty-five technology directors detail how their districts engaged students and families online.
Superintendent Brad Tuttle and his lineup of standout educators at Jersey CUSD 100 have students on paths to success in Southern Illinois.
Schools must balance two complex issues—safety and privacy—as they look to technology to help them identify students who are suffering a mental health crisis or threatening self-harm.
Featured speaker Matthew Joseph says expanding personal learning networks, reach is important.