Technology affords wide and deep possibilities for educators in providing equitable access to knowledge and information.
Curriculum and teaching practices must adapt to keep pace with the economic needs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This article explains how.
As research continues to emphasize media literacy education, state governments, national organizations, and districts are building these critical programs.
As a tool for equity, digital literacy ensures all students develop digital skills and the capacity to use technology in innovative ways.
Tech integration extends far beyond the classroom. For parents to support their students, they too need opportunities to build skills like digital citizenship.
Delivering PD in the same way teachers are expected to teach and facilitate learning creates relevance and understanding through hands-on practice.
Technology has the potential to transform how students learn and how they learn to live. We need to teach them to create, design, and dream with it.
A former district leader shares how she helped lead a digital transformation that impacted over 50,000 students by focusing on empowering teachers.
Though navigating the vast edtech ecosystem can be daunting, here are four ways teachers can empower themselves when it comes to technology integration.
With a curriculum implementation process rooted in communication, leaders unify planning with a vision, garner buy-in, and inspire holistic onboarding programs.
This process for mapping digital literacy curriculum ensures learning begins with foundational technology skills that grow and connect as students develop.
This article explores barriers to better technology integration and suggests strategies to support teachers in overcoming these.