SETDA names Indiana e-learning director as new executive director
Candice Dodson, who serves as director of eLearning for the Indiana Department of Education, said she will lead with renewed energy an focus.
Are schools getting justifiable value out of their student surveillance?
Educators must rethink the default assumption that blanket surveillance is worth the loss of privacy, experts say.
How one K-12 technologist deals with the most common innovation hurdles
The chief technology officer of Austin Independent School District says technology is the missing piece for many classrooms today.
Overloaded with apps? How to organize your edtech toolkit
Commentary: edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey shares how educators are using a new platform to manage data privacy and boost outcomes in the classroom.
How to improve digital instruction with the science of learning
Commentary: edWeb.net's Eileen Belastock explains how the brain's thinking, feeling and sensing systems can come together to maximize knowledge retent
Hacked Georgia school district thwarts attempt to steal payroll funds
Thanks to two-factor authentication, school officials were notified of an unauthorized transfer attempt and no money was lost, a spokesman said.
No coding required: 10 augmented reality apps for the classroom
Commentary: edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey highlights top tools for teaching students using an emerging mobile technology.
Special needs classes in West Virginia might get security cameras
A bill is advancing through the Capitol that would attempt to prevent and detect abuse of special needs students.
How to teach digital literacy skills at the right time
Commentary: edWeb.net's Eileen Belastock explains how Piaget's theory of cognitive development can be used to structure digital skills instruction.