"ISTE 2016"

How Georgia built a statewide K-12 model for professional learning

by EdScoop Staff • 5 days ago

Commentary: Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net, tells the story of how a small team built a big online network.

How VCU's cyber-physical security system is keeping 32,000 students safe

by Ryan Johnston • 4 weeks ago

Virginia Commonwealth University CIO Alex Henson says recent upgrades are improving safety and tightening partnerships with local law enforcement.

How data can drive 'women in tech' policies for higher ed

by Angela Galik • 1 month ago

Commentary: Careful surveying and data analysis can confirm hunches about female student retention or disprove others, says NCWIT's Angela Galik.

Creative ways universities are recruiting women into technology

by Angela Galik • 1 month ago

NCWIT's Angela Galik shares how schools are involving parents and reframing narratives to disrupt stereotypes around women in technology.

5 privacy considerations before trying new edtech in the classroom

by Colin Wood • 2 months ago

Student privacy becomes less overwhelming when teachers consider a few key tips, says Susan M. Bearden of the Future of Privacy Forum.

Why K-12 educators should rethink their school schedules

by Stacey Pusey • 2 months ago

Far from innocuous, scheduling can drive student performance as the "heart of the school."

​How to empower superintendents and connect technology with learning

by Stacey Pusey • 2 months ago

edweb's Stacey Pusey breaks down a recent webinar that details five steps toward a more judicious application of technology in the classroom.

CSforALL empowers schools, states to chart their own paths in computer science education

by Ryan Johnston • 2 months ago

Cutting EDge Podcast: CSforALL’s Ruthe Farmer explains how schools and states can use computer science education tools to make future decisions.

'Hacking For Defense' course to be taught in 20 universities this year

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

The course will challenge graduate students to come up with solutions to common military and intelligence problems.

Alabama governor challenges K-12 students with app competition

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

The state will judge student-led coding projects for the next several months to find a winning team that will be announced next spring.

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