ISTE shows schools how to spend $1.17 billion on edtech in 2019

by Ryan Johnston • 2 months ago

The International Society for Technology in Education has released a new guide showing states and districts how to spend next year's federal funds.

CoSN unveils top edtech challenges, tools for 2019

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

Ongoing professional development will continue to present the most difficult challenge to schools, new survey data finds.

ISTE wants to help your district sort out its app environment

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

ISTE members now have discounted access to a LearnPlatform tool that help districts organize their sometimes hundreds of apps.

ISTE releases first-ever multi-disciplinary K-12 STEM guidelines

by Ryan Johnston • 4 months ago

The competencies are intended to give all K-12 teachers, regardless of subject, a base for instructing computer science.

Responding to heavy demand, ISTE expands technology training program for teachers

by Ryan Johnston • 5 months ago

The International Society for Technology in Education aspires to train 1,000 K-12 educators with critical technology skills by the end of the year.

Educators struggle to find solid research on edtech

by Patience Wait • 7 months ago

The vast majority of educators rely on general web searches for edtech information, but they are skeptical about how reliable that information is.

Curriculum platforms to get an AI boost from IBM's Watson

by Mark Satter • 8 months ago

The tech giant will work with Scholastic and Edmodo as they create custom curriculum for individual students.

As ISTE sees record-breaking year, it plans to expand conference series

by Emily Tate • 8 months ago

Specialized events throughout the year will focus on computer science, soft skills and digital leadership, ISTE CEO Richard Culatta said.

ISTE launches online professional learning hub for educators

by Emily Tate • 8 months ago

The hub, called "ISTE U," will train teachers on technology topics like artificial intelligence, mobile learning and open educational resources.

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