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Matt Zalaznick

Generation Z STEM guru Justin Shaifer revealed at @FETC2020 that K-12 students are passionate and ambitious about science, technology, engineering and math.  Read more>>

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Steven Blackburn

In this new track, the Future of Ed Tech Coach sessions at FETC provided the latest insights and strategies to mentor and train educators on using data to improve assessments, video training and lesson plans. Read more>>

Steven Blackburn

This FETC session on digital tools addressed issues relating to Adobe Flash Player, virtual machines, auto-generated quizzes and more. Read more>>

Steven Blackburn

This FETC summit speaker reveals that librarians collaborate with educators and students to improve teaching and learning. Read more>>

From DA

Jodi Helmer

Managing the abundance of learning apps in the classroom means ensuring curriculum compatibility and Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) compliance. Read more>>

Brent Warner, DA guest columnist

Encourage your students to use their phones to lock into—rather than tune out—class through ed tech tools, says DA guest columnist Brent Warner, who is a professor of English as a second language at Irvine Valley College in California. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

What activity is bringing together students from different cliques at Clinton High School in Wisconsin? It’s not the football team. Read more>>

DA Staff

Ensuring students can still learn during coronavirus-related school closures has become as big a priority for many district leaders over the last several weeks as has disinfecting their buildings. Read more>>

Edtech in the News

The Washington Post

While some are migrating their daily lessons and homework assignments online, many administrators and teachers lack that digital luxury—illustrating how a public health crisis has brought to light a technological one. Read more>>

Light Reading

Amid lockdowns, school closures and an influx of at-home workers, questions are swirling about whether the world's internet infrastructure will buckle under the stress of the anticipated surge in data usage. Read more>>

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