How Virtual Social Learning Can Happen

Teaching and learning online is becoming more and more common. One concern for students under 18 is the missing social education component from a tradition classroom. However, in the article […]

Two Birds, One Innovative Technological Stone

The “net-zero” building boom is coming from a seemingly unlikely place: k-12 Schools. In the article “How students learn from super green schools that use zero energy” Chris Berdik says, […]

Innovation Inside the Box

But only when there is no other way! George Couros, Author of The Innovator’s Mindset, believes, “We can’t ask teachers to be innovative in their practice while administrators do the […]

Countdown to ISTE 2018!

The Society for Technology in Education conference is just two weeks away! Not only am I going to be attending for the first time, but I am also going to […]

Characteristics of a Digital Pedagogy

Leveraging technology in education has created the need for a shift in pedagogy. Now, when planning curriculum, educators need to think about Digital Pedagogy. “Broadly defined, digital pedagogy is the […]

Does the US have the Edge in the Edtech Market?

In the article Which Country is Leading the Edtech Movement, Matthew Lynch says right now, most would agree the United States is in fact leading the market. “The country’s population […]

What Does 5G Mean for Edtech?

The next big advancement in the Internet could also mean big things for edtech: and that’s 5G. In the Education Leveraging on 5G, Roberto Saracco says, “5G, with its capacity […]

Tips on Implementing New Tech in Schools

Change brings turbulence – it’s a fact of life. This is also true when implementing new technology, despite all the benefits the new technology is going to bring. But don’t […]

New Classroom Model – No Need to Flip Out!

The flipped classroom model is a new trend in education, made only possible with the implementation of technology in schools. In a traditional classroom, the teacher lectures (or “dumps” information), […]