Embracing Edtech Amid the Unknown: Best-Practices from Leaders in the Field As teachers are increasingly asked to teach remotely and students learning […]
Teacher Feature: Focusing on Early Intervention with Student Polling
Shannon Wynne is a 4th-grade teacher at Tatum Ridge Elementary School in Sarasota County Schools teaching English Language Arts and Social Studies. […]
How to Measure Success of Your Edtech: It Might Not Be Easy, but It’s Possible In 2019, spending on education technology (edtech) […]
Untethered Teaching: How Technology Increases Participation
What began as an experiment in flexible seating in 2018 blossomed into an untethered, student-centered environment that’s taken hold in Advanced Technologies […]
Learning from the Pandemic: Steps to Take to Lessen the “Summer” Slide
The COVID-19 pandemic created unparalleled disruption in worldwide education systems. Schools shut their doors and moved lesson delivery online, forcing educators and […]
How to Make the Transition from Remote Learning Back to the Classroom
Put down that sourdough starter and dust off those banana bread crumbs! We’re going from click to brick- from mobile learning back […]
US Education Technology News – July 2020
Here are 3 of the latest U.S. education technology news stories from July 2020 covering remote learning, back to school, and teaching […]
How will you Prepare for Back to School?
What will school look like when teachers go back to the classroom? When will it happen? The fall? The winter? Stating that […]
Is Remote Learning a Trend or Long-Term Initiative?
The Promethean State of Technology in Education 2019 report identified the biggest priorities for schools and districts. Participants were anonymously asked a […]
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