Curriculum & Instruction

Anne-Marie Imafidon wants to help K-12 educators make STEM HERstory

The British computing prodigy and driving force behind shifting social norms will speak at FETC about how mentors and a growth mindset can inspire more female students to become the STEM leaders of the future. 

Brighter days: How these 9 uniquely placed murals are inspiring students

Positivity was the main requirement Principal Michael Piccininni set when he commissioned a group of student artists to brighten up the bathrooms at Coronado High School in Henderson, Nevada.

How artificial intelligence helps me provide more coaching for teachers

You probably share this initial skepticism: “What? Teachers talking to computers for instructional coaching?!” Find out why one instructional coach changed her mind about using AI to better support educators.

How are principals responding to political interference? Not so well

A survey conducted by the Institute for Democracy, Education and Access at the University of California Los Angeles and the Civic Engagement Research Group at the University of California Riverside showcases the concerns of nearly 700 high school principals surrounding political interference in schools.

Why holding back students based on reading proficiency does not help

More students are about to be punished simply because they haven’t had appropriate reading instruction.

Here is where you can discover hundreds of edtech innovations in one place

It's the conference within the conference—the vast 2023 FETC Expo Hall will host several special events and 400+ solutions providers.

Why many high school graduates don’t feel ready for college and career decisions

Industry leaders say the No. 1 challenge is a shrinking talent pool but making college and career decisions troubles many high school grads.

The not-so-cinematic theaters at FETC that you do not want to miss

FETC 2023 will feature six "must-attend" theaters designed to designed to inspire and inform attendees on the latest education innovations.

5 ways school leaders can break down silos to get more students in STEM

Does your school or district teach STEM—or are science, technology, engineering, and math taught as four separate and distinct subjects?

3 ways leaders can begin to reverse a widening achievement gap

The highest and lowest achievers in a typical fifth-grade classroom pre-COVID were separated by as many as seven grade levels. That has widened, new research shows.

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