How technology can power enthusiasm and self-directed learning
Commentary: edWeb.net's Eileen Belastock shows how technology can provide students with authentic learning experiences and generate improved feedback.
Dispelling the concerns around utilizing remote proctoring systems
Commentary: As online learning continues to grow, the integrity of student exams is called into question. If done correctly, remote proctoring can be
Educators struggle to find solid research on edtech
The vast majority of educators rely on general web searches for edtech information, but they are skeptical about how reliable that information is.
How Canvas came to unseat Blackboard as the leading LMS
A recent analysis found that Canvas had surpassed Blackboard as the favorite learning management system in higher education. So where do the companies go next?
Virginia governor awards innovation grants to 10 high school divisions
The grants will help schools plan and implement personalized learning programs, performance-based assessments and other innovations.
ISTE 2018 provides megaphone for edtech groups
Groups like Common Sense and Future Ready Schools announced their latest efforts to ensure the effective use of technology in education.
A much cleaner Classroom leads list of latest updates from Google
At ISTE 2018, the tech company introduced "locked mode" for quizzes and a new Classwork page in Google Classroom.
As ISTE sees record-breaking year, it plans to expand conference series
Specialized events throughout the year will focus on computer science, soft skills and digital leadership, ISTE CEO Richard Culatta said.
The three most common causes of edtech breakups
Commentary: The ability to differentiate salvageable edtech partnerships from those beyond repair can be a valuable skill for any district technology leader.