Author: Micah Ward
Generative artificial intelligence is arguably becoming one of the most impactful tools utilized for classroom instruction to enhance student learning and engagement—when used correctly, of course. However, time and …
In this webinar, FETC Chair Jennifer Womble is joined by Jeni Long and Sallee Clark, who are both authors, consultants and Innovation Leaders in Castleberry ISD, where they share …
Clever's new "Classroom of the Future Report" identifies the most dominant factors shaping K12 education. Let's take a look at what learning with technology looks like in 2023.
The AI chatbot will be responsible for telling parents about their child's grades, attendance and test scores, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho announced last week.
Even before the pandemic, he believes Georgia was already in a pretty good spot in terms of leveraging innovative technologies in the classroom, says Keith Osburn, deputy superintendent for …
It's important that schools start off on the right foot, so the earlier you can begin solidifying relationships with your staff, the better, says Joe Sanfelippo, former superintendent at …
More and more educators are buying into artificial intelligence's potential to enhance learning and the teaching profession as a whole. Yet, unlike administrators, they still raise concerns over how …
In this virtual webinar, FETC Conference Chair Jennifer Womble invites three edtech experts to discuss how AI is already shaping instruction.
An estimated 92% of local education agencies used pandemic relief funds to purchase hardware and other services essential to continuing student learning during the pandemic, a new report suggests.
While issues like cybersecurity and digital equity continue to be top-of-mind for K12 IT leaders, one concern stands out as the most prominent, and it has since 2013.