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Education Technology is a multi-billion dollar sector of companies innovating in both software and hardware for teaching, learning, and running schools, districts, and state and federal education departments. We document some of the most essential technical innovations and companies that support learning, teaching and more.

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Education Technology is a multi-billion dollar sector of companies innovating in both software and hardware for teaching, learning, and running schools, districts, and state and federal education departments. We document some of the most essential technical innovations and companies that support learning, teaching and more.

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It’s Time to Learn AI, And It Just Got Easier Than Ever

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It just got easier and more accessible than ever to learn about how AI. With NVIDIA's new Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit you can code AI from home.

6 Questions To Ask for Protecting Student Data in Distance Learning

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Tech and security decision makers working to protect schools should ask six main questions to diagnose their organizations’ readiness to move instruction online, identify gaps, and find solutions to their most pressing issues in student data security.

Living in Beta: New Advisory Program Helps Teens Learn With Purpose

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What if high school helped you pursue your passions and live and learn with purpose and intention? A new program, Living in Beta, is working to make this a reality.

8 Ways to Bring Augmented and Virtual Reality into the Classroom

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares eight resources to explore augmented and virtual reality.

Shauntel Garvey on EdTech Impact Investing

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On this week's episode of the Getting Smart podcast, Tom sits down with Shauntel Garvey to discuss impact investing and edtech.

Mike Sepso on Esports and STEM Pathways

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast Tom talks with Mike Sepso about how esports is interconnected with STEM and learning.

Lifelong Learning is the Antidote to the Shifting Workforce

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By: The Skillrise Editorial Team. Along with the EdTech Center @ World Education, the Skillrise team is working to close digital divides and ensure that all learner-workers in the United States have opportunities to develop essential technology skills and digital resilience.

Choosing the Right Tools for Amplifying Learning Through PBL

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares ideas on resources for students to extend learning through PBL and the digital tools to make that happen.

EdTech Report: Key Findings in Response to Remote Learning

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares recent findings related to the increase in digital tool use during school closures.

South Fayette School District: Leading Educators in Computational Thinking

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares resources for educators to get started with computational thinking by following the lead of South Fayette School District in Pittsburgh.

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