College students and parents, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting the college experience, have been pushing for tuition discounts. After Princeton University announced a 10% across-the-board tuition discount to all its...
Listen to the interview with Betsy Potash: Sponsored by Teaching Channel and UL Xplorlabs While hexagonal thinking is not new in the world of business and innovation, it’s just making its way into the classroom. It’s a...
Mutations ramp up transmissibility and raise new challenges for ending the pandemic.
Content Creator: Joel Achenbach, Carolyn Y. Johnson, Lena H. Sun, Brittany Shammas
“Instructional coaching is like sports coaching,” says Teresa Engler, K-12 Instructional Technology Coach for McGuffey School District in southwestern Pennsylvania. “From the sideline, a coach gives the team a play, explains how it will...
Rise in number of covid cases casts shadow over plans for full return to classrooms.
Content Creator: Laura Meckler, Annette Nevins, Ryan Slattery, Brandon Gee
Listen to this post as a podcast: Sponsored by Pear Deck and ISTE U When you hear the word “blog,” what do you think of? When blogs first started showing up on the internet, most were basically diaries, individual...
About a half-dozen police officers pointed their guns at a Black real estate agent and his client during a house tour in Michigan.
Content Creator: Jonathan Edwards
Spread the loveEvery day, technology innovations transform the way people learn and how educators teach. In the last few years, the edtech field has attracted a lot of talented people, all with excellent knowledge bases and ideas. Though...
New curriculum will give teachers flexibility to explore topics such as relationships and hatred of women Teachers can help counteract the rise of the “incel” movement and the dangers of misogyny with school lessons on respect for women...