Project RED announced phase III of its national research project on June 28th at this year’s ISTE Conference in Denver, Colorado.
The report iOS 9.3 in Education: Assessment and Evaluation reviews and evaluates Apple's latest tablet operating system release within the context of education.
CoSN's Trusted Learning Environment (TLE) Seal will allow school system leaders from across the country to communicate their privacy efforts to parents, communities, and other stakeholders while ensuring that their school systems are adhering to best practices.
What leadership insights are resonating most when it comes to successful Edtech initiatives in schools? Read the Top Leadership Voices Blog Posts of 2015.
Did you know that today’s students spend an average of 12,000 hours in the classroom in their lifetime? These hours are important — not only because time spent in the classroom impacts learning, but also studies show that the physical layout of those classrooms have a significant impact on student behavior, motivation and achievement.
Stan Silverman—Director of Technology Based Learning Systems at the New York Institute of Technology—has decades of experience in distance learning. Read the entire interview with NYIT's ed-tech guru.
This article from The National Commission on Teaching and America's Future takes a clear-eyed look at teacher evaluation: bringing together policymakers, practitioners, and researchers to discuss a vision for cohesive systems that assess and support teachers based on where they are in their career and their development.
It doesn't take a lot of money or an upscale community to implement a successful digital initiative. Administrators and teachers from Manteca USD, in California's Central Valley, share what's working for them.
This guide for re-imagining learning spaces is designed to help today’s educators make sense of the shifting landscape in modern education.
That’s the question we asked winners of the K-12 Blueprint Android tablet giveaway. Read what they said -- and weigh in, yourself.