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.
We can examine how regeneration can support innovative pedagogy in immersive learning environments by digging a little deeper. Dagan Bernstein shares more in their latest post.
The age of AI begs the question: what skills and knowledge are uniquely human? With massive search engine capacity and AI tools to scan, reorganize, and create new ways of interpreting information, where should learners be focusing their time and attention? Mason and Nate from Getting Smart explores in their latest post.
Generative AI will become a widely used instructional design partner for curriculum directors, teachers, and students.
The rise of artificial intelligence, especially generative AI, boosts productivity in content creation--text, code, images and increasingly video. Here are six preliminary conclusions about the nature of work and learning.
A district’s edtech implementation context has a huge influence on whether edtech tools are effective, but researchers rarely take contextual factors into account in any systematic way. The Edtech Context Inventory (CI), a validated survey from the Edtech Evidence Exchange, helps district teams measure their implementation context so they have evidence to make edtech decisions.
As policymakers increasingly wade into regulating children’s access to and use of online technologies, the time has come for a national conversation about youth rights in the digital age. Requiring thoughtful content filters and age-appropriate design that encourages digital citizenship will be far more effective in the long run than sweeping restrictions.