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The Administrator Track at FETC 2020 will feature sessions and workshops specifically for district leaders.
When deciding to introduce new classroom technology, educators must address its effectiveness and return on investment. But first, they must understand why they are bringing the new technology into the […]
Universal Design for Learning recognizes that variability is the norm in learning. UDL's flexible system of instruction should appeal to every student in a classroom.
Far north on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, eighth-graders attend a weeklong Careers in Technology summer camp that gets them thinking more seriously about what they want to be when they grow up.
Scott McLeod, one of the nation’s leading experts on P-12 school technology leadership issues, explains how districts are using a new protocol to better leverage technology-infused instruction and modernize the student learning experience.
K.C. Boyd, library media specialist at Jefferson Middle School Academy and featured speaker at DA's FETC 2020, tells how she created a wide-ranging, multi-platform social media presence that promotes the school and its programs.
You’re adding new pieces of education technology constantly, right? So unless you’re operating a one-room schoolhouse, how do you know which devices have become obsolete and which hardware is being used the most?
Instead of a traditional exploding volcano or foam-painted solar system, today’s science fair projects focus on using the scientific method—from testing a hypothesis to presenting the findings.
As science education has expanded in recent years to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards—which include project-based learning and multidisciplinary studies in technology, engineering and mathematics—so have the corresponding science fairs.
Technology integration specialist and FETC speaker Nichole Allmann discusses how a well-trained team of coaches helps teachers manage the potentially overwhelming integration of new technology
How can a student, searching the web to learn something new, know if they have located credible information? Kathy Schrock, a featured speaker at DA's FETC 2020 offers some advice.
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