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The latest K-12 edtech news from the nation’s capital, including studying the impact of tech on students, bolstering E-rate support and increasing children’s online privacy.
Videos and apps bring more interaction, says Robert Dillon, director of innovative learning at The School District of University City in Missouri.
After distributing 700 Chromebooks to students during the 2017-18 school year, administrators in an upstate New York district realized they needed help troubleshooting. They turned to students to form Tech Team Junior, creating a learning experience in the process.
Advice for IT teams on what’s required to provide access to school websites for users with visual or hearing impairments, or other disabilities.
As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes a bigger part of everyday life, schools are integrating study of the technology into curricula across subjects to prepare students for eventual jobs.
On their blogs and Twitter feeds, K-12 thought leaders provide an anytime, anywhere personal learning network that covers everything from #leadership to #diversity to #lessonplanning to #edtech. Here’s a sampling.
These challenges or stunts range from harmless to horrifying. To help keep students safe, educators and parents should talk with and get students to think, acknowledge peer pressure and stay (somewhat) up to date.
Get ahead of the game and apply now for next year’s infrastructure upgrades.
A roundup of K12 educators who offer practical advice and tips for using technology to enhance learning.
Districts of Distinction update: Lennox School District’s Schools of Engineering program is going strong and has expanded its STEM offerings.
The national movement is accelerating the creation and sharing of open educational resources (OER) by educators.
Following the trend of gamifying instruction, districts are now using training programs that allow users to score points, move up levels and earn other digital rewards.