CoSN released its 2021 EdTech Leadership Survey Report, offering unique insight into the challenges that edtech leaders faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The MIT Technology Review has published its 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2021 list. See what technologies are reinventing our lives now, or are poised to make a significant impact in the future.
Please take five minutes and complete this online survey to help us better understand your plans to return to the classroom for the 2021-2022 school year.
The 2020 GitHub Education Classroom Report captures key insights into the student developer toolchain, how students are learning real-world workflows, and expectations around technical coursework.
The latest EDUCAUSE Horizon report grapples with where our post-pandemic future may be headed, providing deep insights into student wellness and equity.
In the latest survey from McKinsey & Company, many teachers expressed a clear belief that children learn best from people, not programs.
Devices with processors powered by Intel® technology create a more seamless teaching and learning experience by reducing disruptions and delays, making it easier to connect with others, and allowing students and educators to spend less time waiting for the processor to keep up with learning that requires multitasking.
A new report examines the digital divide for America’s K-12 public school students and teachers, finding that the ”homework gap” is larger than previously estimated.
A new report charts the pandemic-related growth in digital game use in schools, showing that perceived “usefulness” has increased acceptance.
Can handwriting (and drawing) aid learning and memory in ways that typing does not? According to a new study, the answer is a definite yes. The article published in Frontiers in Psychology summarizes the result of a study that measured brain activity in 12-year-old children and adults when writing by hand, drawing, and typing in response to describing words and copying sentences.