Making access to higher education more equitable and productive
The pandemic exposed the hidden depth of the digital divide faced by many college students, raising complicated questions for college and university officials.
With the right standards, video games can boost science proficiency
Commentary: Simulations that integrate Next Generation Science Standards can help students achieve proficiency in the sciences, says edWeb.net’s Michele Israel.
Want to use edtech performance data? Try the MIND approach
Commentary: EdWeb.net’s Robert Low explains an alternative to randomized controlled trials that might boost student performance.
8 tips for successful online assessment in education
Commentary: Online assessments present opportunities and challenges. EdWeb.net's Stacey Pusey shares top tips for making sure you do them the right way.
How esports can build academic skills and career readiness
Commentary: edWeb.net’s Michele Israel makes a case for promoting gaming in schools alongside traditional sports.
5 steps to getting community buy-in on your edtech programs
Commentary: Edtech may be popular, but many decision makers are still dubious. EdWeb.net's Stacey Pusey shares strategies for gaining support.
‘Gamer’ or not, all students can benefit from gamified learning
Commentary: Through gamification, educators can engage their students more easily and heighten knowledge-retention, says Benjamin Leskovansky.
Filling the cybersecurity workforce gap is education’s responsibility
Commentary: With the huge demand for cybersecurity professionals, it’s the job of universities and high schools to step up, says Eileen Belastock.
Four cybersecurity pointers for safer school networks
Commentary: Consistent education and filtering data are among the ways they can become safer, says edWeb.net’s Stacey Pusey.
When digitizing your curriculum, think coordination
Commentary: Today’s digital resources are “all over the place,” but several new tools and standards provide hope, writes edWeb.net’s Michele Israel.