Tech Can’t Teach but it Can Help with Feedback
The pandemic illustrated that technology cannot replace teaching. Still, when it comes to formative assessment, a proven instructional method, there’s a lot tech can do to aid teachers and help accelerate learning.
Teaching AI to All Students
Rachelle Dené Poth explores the benefits of AI in the classroom and what it means for the future of education, tech and work.
Codesigning the Future of Edtech Tools
Codesign Product Certification is a new way to signal that tools have been evaluated for performance while engaging in user-center product development.
Can Tech Help Reset Our Expectations?: Packback, Inquiry-Based Learning and the Power of AI
Technology has the potential to democratize students’ access to information – raising our standards of expecting student proficiency towards expecting real skill building and thriving in the classroom.
Technology We Need: Documenting the complete Learner Record
Nate McClennen and Rebecca Midles issue a challenge to those building and creating solutions in the education technology industry.
How EdTech Tools Can Make Math More Accessible and More Personal for All Students
By giving students the flexibility to choose how they learn math, they now have the opportunity to show their knowledge and improve learning outcomes.
12 Digital Tools for Innovative Educators
Rachelle Dené Poth shares some versatile digital education tools to add to your resource list.
Project Unicorn Releases New K12 Data Interoperability Report: What it Means for Classroom Educators
Erin Mote shares the release of the State of the Sector report by Project Unicorn.
Microsoft: TakeLessons and TEALS
Rachelle Dené Poth details the recent acquisitions and expansions from Microsoft.
7 Tools for Promoting Communication and Collaboration
Rachelle Dené Poth shares ideas for fostering communication and collaboration in the new school year.