This month, HigherEdTD will cover technologies that boost pedagogy, and head to InfoComm2015.
See how one school district worked to prevent summer learning loss through a special summer program that combined technology and personalized instruction. The reading app Lexia Learning was used to advance students’ literacy skills and reinforce what they had learned during the school year.
EduComm Expo 2015 will debut in Atlanta this coming fall, and will feature a show floor and educational sessions for technology managers in higher education.
Too often, educators work in silos when it comes to technology decisions. Instead of including all stakeholders, each department goes at it alone. This results in poor decisions, wasted money and technology that is not in alignment with curriculum goals. Next time you make a tech decision, be sure to include teachers, administrators and technology managers.
A few years ago, Rhonda Arlt made the decision to use more technology in her classroom. Today, her students are more engaged and ready to collaborate. Arlt shares her story of using technology to connect with students and inspire a love of learning.
These tools will help you manage your classroom and enhance your lessons. Students can learn to code, browse virtual art galleries, explore the human body, hear world languages and more.
Edwin Wargo, former K-12 teacher and district technology leader, now founder of 3rd Quote, discusses the current antiquated Ed-tech procurement process and it’s impact on K-12 education.
Today’s PD is often one dimensional and it doesn’t meet the needs of educators. Learn how you can make PD more engaging and help your teachers get the most out of each session.
At CoSN 2015, technology leaders discussed ways to integrate the worlds of education and technology so school administrators and tech managers can make smart technology decisions.
Check out these 10 tweets from CoSN 2015 and make sure to follow the action on Twitter using #CoSN15, the official conference hashtag.