Find insight and inspiration in the broader world of education technology, through the viewpoints of its leaders and innovators.
When a student is tasked with teaching, he gains a deeper appreciation of educators.
Amplify Access CTO Josh Hartmann fields many questions from school district tech teams. Here are his answers to the three most common ones.
Hunter College Dean and former New York State Education Commissioner David Steiner weighs in on the requirements of the Common Core, and the potential of technology to help teachers and students.
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To ease the way for students grappling with certain key concepts, professors at Davidson College will design online lessons for high-school students in some Advanced Placement courses.
If you want to ramp up your edtech use and try some fresh tools, here are some tips for introducing new tools to your students.
Fifteen-year-olds in the U.S. score in the middle of the developed world in reading and science while lagging in math, according to international standardized test results.
Educator Mia MacMeekin made this infographic about ways to inspire students to think more deeply about how innovation applies to them.
New research suggests that the complexity involved in practicing and performing music may help students’ cognitive development.
Strong causal relationships exist between arts education and a range of desirable outcomes.
Many states lack graduation requirements that align with the common-core or other standards they have adopted.
Computer science actually is more male-dominated today than it was two decades ago.
Grading college students on quizzes given at the beginning of every class, rather than on midterms or a final exam, increases both attendance and overall performance, scientists report.
A conversation with David Thornburg about designing a better classroom.