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K-8 coding education should be integrated for best outcomes

by Colin Wood • 2 weeks ago

Educators should encourage students to apply what they learn in computer science to other subjects, says edWeb.net’s Eileen Belastock.

Four cybersecurity pointers for safer school networks

by Stacey Pusey • 2 months ago

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

by Michele Israel • 2 months ago

Commentary: Today’s digital resources are “all over the place,” but several new tools and standards provide hope, writes edWeb.net’s Michele Israel.

Common Sense names 20 of the best edtech tools for the classroom

by Stacey Pusey • 3 months ago

Commentary: There are more edtech tools than anyone can easily track. Here, edWeb.net’s Stacey Pusey highlights some of the best.

How to discuss student data privacy in your school and community

by Stacey Pusey • 3 months ago

Commentary: communicating data privacy requirements and ramifications can be challenge for school leaders, says edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey.

How STEAM education can prepare students for the workforce

by Colin Wood • 3 months ago

Commentary: Technology is a key to students integrating into an increasingly global economy, says edWeb.net’s Eileen Belastock.

How to encourage digital citizenship in the classroom

by Michele Israel • 3 months ago

Commentary: edWeb.net’s Michele Israel outlines ways teachers can do to help their students become better digital citizens.

How storytelling and humor can bolster STEM engagement

by Colin Wood • 4 months ago

Commentary: edWeb.net's Elieen Belastock says narrative and humor can help students overcome their misgivings with technical subject matter.

Digital instructional materials, OER rising in preK-12 classrooms

by Stacey Pusey • 4 months ago

Commentary: A recent report from the market research firm Simba Information shows digital materials are taking off in some subjects, but not others.

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