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News from DA’s FETC

Ray Bendici

A music immersion program has helped to close achievement gaps and improve learning outcomes by teaching students music every day. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Not all time is created equal, says Daniel Pink, FETC keynote speaker and bestselling author, who writes about more effective approaches to learning, creativity, work and business. Read more>>

Chris Burt

Attendees at the Future of Education Technology Conference learned the benefits of starting an esports program at schools and best practices for long-term success. Read more>>

Ray Bendici

A special event for instructors and providers seeking to follow successful strategies in computer science education featured an unrestricted flow of solutions from one huge nozzle. Read more>>

From DA

Matt Zalaznick

Teacher training and PD at schools of education now focuses more heavily on STEAM, and how ed tech can power instruction. Read more>>

Tracy Weeks, DA guest columnist

DA guest columnist Tracy Weeks shares five partnership strategies for ensuring K-12 districts have the tools and tech they need—when they need them. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Dallas ISD administrators saw a surge in students participating in extracurricular activities when esports programs launched at 64 schools. Read more>>

CIO Academy

District Administration invites all technology leaders and their management team to our National Leadership Academy. Learn how high performing tech teams address transformational leadership, cybersecurity, governance, crisis management and building strategic relationships. Read more>>

Edtech in the News

The Wall Street Journal

The ability of schools across the country to hold classes remotely is being tested as more close in an effort to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. Also being tested: the ability of families to get their homes tech-ready so children can log in to virtual classrooms. Read more>>

Getting Smart

An open-web vision of schooling uses the internet as a repository of problem-solving lessons and case studies. It is replete with real-world data and technology. It is a place where students become teachers because they will have to explain how and why they solved a problem. Read more>>

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