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How Blockchain Could Impact Education in 2020 and Beyond

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By: Jesús Cedeño. K-12 and higher education institutions could implement Blockchain for record-keeping and issuing credentials. But there’s potential for more.

How to Teach Artificial Intelligence

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Every high school graduate should have an appreciation of how artificial intelligence is reshaping the economy and the career landscape—and the option of AI and data science-focused pathway that lead to college and meaningful high wage work.  

TCEA 2020: A Welcoming Learning Edventure 

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Edtech conferences and expos help us explore and find new ways to amplify student learning. These are the highlights from the TCEA 2020.

The Competing Mindsets of Technology

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This month's edition of chronicling the author's return to the classroom focuses on the challenge of shifting students’ mindsets toward mobile technology from entertainment to productivity.

Podcast: Larry Berger on EdTech Past and Future

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On this week's podcast, the Getting Smart team is talking about the past and future of edtech with Larry Berger, CEO of Amplify.

A Powerful Microsoft Education Experience at BETT

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These are some of the new Microsoft Education updates and features that were promoted at BETT, the largest global edtech conference.

FETC: Takeaways from a Fantastic Week

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At the 2020 Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) learning was everywhere. These are some of the key events and takeaways.

Rev Up Robotics Aims for Computer Science Accessibility & Application

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Rev Up Robotics, the latest book from ISTE, is intended to be a hands-on, step-by-step guide for any teacher who wants to engage their students and teach real world skills through robotics. It is designed to help K-8 teachers in any content area get started in these skills, level-up practice and engage their students at higher levels.

Artificial Intelligence – The New Digital Divide?

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Despite the promises of artificial intelligence, it is critical that educators and administrators consider the unintended consequences.

Podcast: Jo Boaler On the Limitless Mind and Learning Math That Matters

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Dr. Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education at Stanford University talks about the limitless mind and learning math that really matters.

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