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DA Staff

An FETC featured speaker, Menning discusses her advocacy for language learners and her teacher coaching work in this Q&A. Read more>>

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Justin Aglio, DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker

The Artificial Intelligence K-12 program in Pennsylvania’s Montour School District not only teaches students about AI, it also allows them to interact with robots to spark curiosity and encourage exploration, says Justin Aglio, DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker. Read more>>

Kindy Segovia, Kent ISD's supervisor of special education instructional resources and FETC presenter

Special education technology expert and FETC 2020 presenter Kindy Segovia discusses assistive technology developments, including new coaching models and efforts to increase the number of tools available inside classrooms. Read more>>

Kasey Bell, Shake Up Learning's CEO/digital learning coach and FETC presenter

Kasey Bell, CEO and digital learning coach at Shake Up Learning and FETC 2020 presenter, discusses how she has helped thousands of educators transform their classrooms. Read more>>

From DA

Matt Zalaznick

Here is a roundup of K-12 thought leaders who discuss digital learning, diversity, global collaboration and other topics on their blogs and Twitter feeds. Read more>>

Lenny Schad

While the number of cyber incidents is on the rise, there is still a portion of school leadership who believe they are somehow less of a target and therefore don’t have to spend as much time and resources on cybersecurity as the “big” districts. That is not true. Read more>>

Emily Ann Brown

Technology is transforming libraries into makerspaces and robotics labs, and spaces where librarians can provide students with social-emotional support. Read more>>

Shawna De La Rosa

Tacoma Public Schools CIO Ed Grassia's data recovery plan covers not just hackers, but also earthquakes, floods, fires or the potential volcanic eruption of nearby Mount Rainier. Read more>>

Edtech in the News

The Oklahoman

Mid-America Christian University has been awarded a $242,714 grant by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provides funding for telecommunications technology, including iPads, Smartboards and other equipment for real-time connectivity with schools in three rural Oklahoma districts. Read more>>

CBS Denver

In an effort to expose as many students as possible to STEM fields, the St. Vrain Valley Schools district introduced the Future-Ready Innovation Lab. The bus, filled with virtual reality, drone software and other technologies, takes STEM resources from school to school in the Colorado district. Read more>>

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