edWeb.net and Digital Promise are working together to help all stakeholders in education—educators, researchers, and product/service providers—move forward faster with new tools and technologies, but also to ensure that there is solid evidence to support these innovations.
If you are a novice teacher looking to make your class more engaging, new technology may be the solution you are looking for!
Educators, administrators and faculty members from K-12 and higher educational institutions around the globe have the opportunity to take a short, online survey to evaluate their use of online professional learning.
I “test drive” each of the featured apps so that teachers can make a determination about whether or not to download and try them. Researching, downloading, and sampling these apps can take a LOT of time – I show you ten awesome apps in one hour or less!
The Education Technology Industry Network (ETIN) of SIIA, the principal trade association representing the software and digital content industries, announces the new members of its ETIN Board of Directors.
edWeb.net has been named a finalist for the 2015 SIIA Education CODiE Awards for two categories: “Best Collaborative Social Media Solution for Educators” and “Best Professional Learning Solution for Education.”
Calling all educators! This is a chance to cast your vote for the best education technology innovation. The competition is hosted each year by the Education Division of SIIA (Software & Information Industry Association). You are invited to participate in the evaluation process and cast your vote for the Educator’s Choice Award. There are 10 finalists (a company, product, or service) competing to win the award. To participate in the… read more →
eSchool News is looking for a few tech-enthusiast educators to write short “buzz-feed” type stories on a variety of hot topics in technology in education.
While New Canaan High School library has been packaging instruction for online consumption for years, it shifted its approach this year to increase personalized instruction.
Every math educator has seen first-hand evidence that student understanding of mathematics is far from where we’d like it to be. And in the world of EdTech, educators have seen the term “adaptive learning” become increasingly popular as companies try to support student learning in mathematics with new technologies.