Have an innovative new edtech solution? Enter our “Top EdTech Products of the Year” awards contest, the winners of which will be presented at FETC January 23-26, 2024. Education …
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 …
Teachers and students are engaging with fewer edtech tools but the diversity of options is forcing CIO and other educators to manage even more applications than last year.
An assistant superintendent explains how teachers truly differentiate instruction with data about the way students learn best.
In this virtual webinar, FETC Conference Chair Jennifer Womble invites three edtech experts to discuss how AI is already shaping instruction.
Unruly Splats is undeniably one of the great names in edtech. But what does it teach? The program, created by Unruly Studios, introduces students to coding as they create …
Today, both students and district staff need to be engaged and practice good cyber hygiene to protect themselves, our schools, and ultimately the nation from the next cyberattack.
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.
Cybersafety is a serious issue but the creators of Cyber Legends believe kids will know better how to protect themselves online if learning how is more fun. Cyber Legends’ …
Data-informed decisions help administrators develop communication strategies to address individual student needs and empower parents as active stakeholders in their child's educational journey.