Didn't find what you're looking for? Don't forget to add or remove quotes around your search terms.
Consider trying this Google Custom Search option.

Displaying Results 741 - 760 of 5148
The EdTech Collaborative Summit is in its third year and is continuing its efforts to get teachers and EdTech tools and companies in the same room. ...
In Wake County, North Carolina, the Wake County Board of Education will require parents to make a choice when it comes to their child's interaction with...
This week, experts turn their attention on how STEM's role in the 21st century surpasses the limit of its subjects and how the responsibility to teach and...
High school students from across the globe recently competed in the International Mathematical Olympiad and the United States won it all for the first time in...
Tesla is known for electric cars that go from 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. But many outside of Nevada may not know that the company is opening a new facility in Reno...
How to Improve District and Community Relationships Through Public Relations   Establishing a positive relationship between a school district and its...
Recently, Tech Crunch explored ways of exposing every student to STEM in an  article that touched upon every level of education. The successful implementation...
Jennie Magiera, educator turned chief technology officer in Chicago, believes that the best edtech administrators are former teachers and shared with EdSurge...
Towering dinosaur skeletons illuminated by blue lights stretch towards the ceiling on either side of lime green polka dot bean bags that make rows of...
As classrooms become digitalized, the Hechinger Report looks at the current place—and future—of "transmedia" books, or hybrid books that are meant to be both...
Agriculture isn’t always at the top of the list when it comes to talking about STEM education for grades K-12 but a recent paper published by the AGree Food...
A recent event at a local Noblesville, Indiana high school shows how EdTech can be both part of the school day and special events that engage students in many...
The 2015 Software and Information Industry Association’s Vision K-20 Survey, released at this July’s ISTE Conference, shows that younger teachers have less...
Last March, New York City public schools lifted a ban on cell phones in the classroom and are now looking for innovative ways to use them in day-to-day...
The U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith did not hold back when speaking about the need for everyone to get more involved and connected through technology...
This week in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education, big companies continue to lend their hand—and their dollars—to research and development of...
Educator Shares Insight on Benefits of Online Professional Development Dr. Denise Douglas-Faraci, adjunct faculty with Kaplan University's School of Education...
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is funding much of the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering’s popular "Summer of STEM" program. Through this program,...
Venturing into the EdTech market can be pretty scary for many districts. Luckily, a recent roundup of lessons learned from early K-12 Chromebook adopters have...
STEM seems to be the main acronym that arises when speaking about the future of K-12 education. However, one columnist is making an argument for an added...

Pages