Why Tech Isn't Transforming Teaching: 10 Key Stories From Education Week

Crave pragmatic, honest, clear-eyed conversation about the realities of ed tech? Here's a reading list from Education Week, as presented at ISTE 2019.

How to Help Introverted Students Express Themselves in Class

Technology can help reach students who might be reluctant to raise their hands in class or volunteer to be the line leader.

Shift Perspectives with Global Collaboration

“Bring a lesson plan that you love, then we’ll blend technology into it.” I’ve heard this request a thousand times, a way to assist low-tech […]

Creating Environments Where Students Can Thrive! Highlights of the #BadgeSummit Keynote by @MeenoRami

“What draws us here is we believe in the power of creating environments where students can thrive.” – Meeno Rami For the past couple of […]

Ignite Yourself! Live Beyond Sitting Behind Your Notes! Ignite Talk by @RandallSampson #BadgeSummit #NotatIste19

“The goal is to ignite yourself. Live beyond sitting behind your notes. Get around, get to know people. Jump around and enjoy life.” – Dr. […]

Why You Should Care About Stupid Edtech Ideas! #ISTE19 Panel Reflection

For the past couple of years I’ve been a live reporter at ISTE and for 2 years interviewed folks with my toddler, Savvy. This year […]

Inspiration from This Year’s ISTE Ignite Talks! #ISTE19

For the past couple of years I’ve been a live reporter at ISTE and for 2 years interviewed folks with my toddler, Savvy. This year […]

Top Google Education News, Tips, and Resources from #ISTE19

For the past couple of years I’ve been a live reporter at ISTE and for 2 years interviewed folks with my toddler, Savvy. This year […]

Edtech News, Tips, and Resources from #ISTE19

For the past years I’ve been a live reporter at ISTE and for 2 years conducted interviews with my toddler, Savvy. This year I am […]

Top Microsoft Education News, Tips, and Resources from #ISTE19

For the past couple of years I’ve been a live reporter at ISTE and for 2 years interviewed folks with my toddler, Savvy. This year […]

Three Big Questions on Artificial Intelligence and Schools

Artificial Intelligence has big implications for curriculum, teaching, learning, and district management. And it comes with its fair share of flaws too.

Flexibility, Freedom, and Failure: Extraordinary Students Offer Advice for Improving Schools

High school students whose technology interests extend well beyond school offered advice for K-12 educators at the annual conference of the International Society for Education.

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