EdTech

From the G4C17 Festival: 10 Studies to Silence the Skeptics

If you’re still not convinced about the positive power games can have beyond their entertainment value, we’ve got some data for you—courtesy of the 14th annual Games for Change (G4C) Festival. The G4C17 Festival was recently held at the Parsons

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5 Practical Tips for Bringing Tech into the Classroom


We recently challenged members of DreamBox Nation to share their top tips for bringing technology into the classroom. More than a hundred of you responded with practical insights on everything from securing funding to embracing rotation models. As we sorted

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News Flash: Everybody’s talking about technology-enhanced learning

If you subscribe to international news sources like The New York Times and The Economist, or various business blogs and podcasts, you may have noticed a recent uptick in the coverage of edtech. We sure have. Those of us in

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June 25, 2017 12:00 am - By in

ISTE 2017 Conference & Expo

More than 15,000 educators will converge in San Antonio for the ISTE 2017 Conference & Expo. With ample opportunities to connect with other innovative educators, attend cutting-edge sessions, and explore new edtech solutions, ISTE is a great way get your technology-charged

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The best digital tool is even better in the hands of a great teacher

Ellen Dorr, director of digital learning for the Renton School District in Washington, recently presented a well-attended webinar on empowering teacher leaders. In this 60-minute session, she explores how using technology intentionally and innovatively leads to greater equity and achievement

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April 6, 2017 6:00 am - By in Blogs, EdTech, Featured Content

5 Ways to Maximize PD and Networking at Conferences

This article previously appeared on Common Sense Education and is being republished with permission. Conferences are a wonderful opportunity for professional development and networking. But maximizing what you can get from a conference takes a little legwork. Use these five tips for your next

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The Importance of Adaptivity, “Benevolent Friction,” and Finding Everyone’s Spark

Today marks the last day of Women’s History Month. It has been a great month for everyone to come together to celebrate the achievements of women across all areas and industries. On the blog, we’ve enjoyed profiling topics ranging from

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March 22, 2017 7:46 am - By in Blogs, EdTech, Featured Content

Tips for Attending the 2017 Blended & Personalized Learning Conference in Providence

The 2017 Blended & Personalized Learning Conference (BPLC) features some of the top classroom, school, and district implementers from across the nation. Once again, the conference will be held in Providence and is expected to attract some 900 educators andRead more ›
July 12, 2016 11:12 pm - By in Leadership and Innovation

Five Hot Trends in EdTech

A look at some of the hot trends in EdTech.Read more ›