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High school student Diego Macias shares the rules he thinks educators need to know in order to successfully educate 21st century learners like himself.
Check out this free writing adviser that students can use to get instant feedback on their writing.
Hobsons today has announced the release of the Naviance College and Career Readiness Curriculum, a blended learning college and career readiness solution for students in middle and high school.
SnapStream has announced the 6.2 release of its enterprise TV monitoring technology.
Net Texts today announces new enhancements, including a mobile website and a Common Core State Standards (CCSS) search function.
Our fourth annual Top 10 Most Influential list will profile those individuals in the edtech industry, academia, and politics fronts that will change the way schools teach and learn.
Twitter and Remind 101 are two of the most popular free services available to text parents. But how do you know which one is best for you?
A Guidebook for Social Media in the Classroom
Here are some of the most notable features of this online instructional resource.
One of the first steps is to make sure our physical and virtual classrooms become active communities, in which students learn from each other and support each other.
With OpenED, educators can create a course for free.
You don’t need a piano to bring music into your classroom thanks to this impressive app.
When they first got to SXSWedu, these student bloggers headed straight for the Google lounge to check out all the different Chromebook devices.
Judges representing a cross section of business, technology and education experts have selected RobotsLAB BOX as the winner of the LAUNCHedu Competition.
There are some exciting opportunities here: don’t miss them!
When will we reach a point where we will discuss Education, teaching and learning without having to debate technology?
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today issued a Public Notice revealing E-rate program reform actions under consideration by the agency.
I wanted this group to challenge the folks in the room to think about how the idea would work in their worlds
As FCC Commisioner Jessica Rosenworcel touts the latest details for E-Rate2.0 this morning during the final day of SXSWedu , other voices are getting louder on the pros and cons of the program
The other interpretation of “it’s not about the device” sets up a dangerous counterpoint to those of us advocating for ubiquitous technology in the classroom.
Common Sense Media today released its K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum as a set of 8 free interactive, multimedia iBooks Textbooks, available on iBooks.
Music teacher Carol Salamone leads her students through a cross-curricular lesson involving art and music.
NEC Display Solutions of America announced today four new digital projectors in its M Series
Panasonic System Communications Company of North America today announced availability of the first four indoor dome network cameras in its new 6 Series i-PRO camera line-up.
Atomic Learning has launched a skills assessment feature for its technology training solution.