Instructional technology

Online schooling helps students feel confident about their futures

Should schools continue to utilize virtual learning? That's the question districts are trying to answer. However, the solution isn't so clear-cut as the reviews are incredibly mixed.

We must trust Black women if we are ever going to diversify ed-tech

Only 28% of people working in the tech industry are women, and a staggering 2% of those are Black women. It's time that we must address the challenges Black women face in the tech workplace.

How to future-proof education with the convergence of AV and IT

AV-over-IT is about the complete delivery of audio and visual experiences through entirely software-defined workflows on computers through standard, network infrastructure.

Choosing new ed-tech? Try asking students what they want

Inviting student perspectives into technology selection is meaningful, and the consequences of not considering student viewpoints can be counterproductive and detrimental to learning.

How to make (and win) the case for more computer science in your schools

I taught high school STEM classes for eight years. One of the things that bothered me the most was that students were not exposed to the various careers they can take after graduating.

3 superintendents to watch: Taking care of each and every student

The emotional well-being of students is the north star for educators in Linden Public Schools, an urban district in New Jersey. What other districts call SEL has been retitled  "social-emotional cognitive growth."

How an innovative tech program opens career paths for students with visual impairments

More than 90% of the pilot program's participants said they planned to study cybersecurity in college, pursue cybersecurity credentials or go directly into the cybersecurity workforce.

Here comes fresh guidance in choosing the right testing platforms

Interim exams that support immediate instructional decisions have become a key tool for measuring unfinished learning as districts work to recover from the pandemic.

Has videoconferencing reached its full potential for remote instruction?

Videoconferencing in education is already a proven idea. However, it needs to integrate closer with learning management and classroom management systems.

AR and accessibility: Why augmented reality is a big hit with diverse learners

Using augmented reality to teach core subjects such as science and social studies truly leads to student academic success. AR can also be a bridge to inclusive learning opportunities for students with special needs.

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