As education undergoes continuous digital transformation, these creators, collaborators and innovators are excelling as ed tech leaders.
Introducing K–12 students to game-based learning at a young age can set them up for skill-building and future careers.
A tornado warning didn’t deter K–12 educators, administrators and IT leaders from seeking innovative technology solutions at this year’s event.
TCEA 2023: Texas School District Shares 12 Tips for Success with a 1:1 Program
TCEA 2023: Schools Learn How to Boost Cybersecurity with Limited Funds
FETC 2023: As Technology Impacts Trillions of People, It Must Be Inclusive
FETC 2023: 4 Ways to Personalize Learning and Teach Self-Management Skills
FETC 2023: Make the Most of Your K–12 District’s Student Data
FETC 2023: Educators Go the Extra Mile to Bring Esports to K–12 Students
FETC 2023: Expert Strategies on Combatting Burnout and Improving Teacher Retention
Here’s how K–12 schools can protect themselves from this new attack vector.
One K–12 district shares how more bandwidth and faster internet enabled students to experience augmented and virtual reality and competitive esports.
Schools can reduce vulnerability by shoring up end-user training, investing in assessments and making a plan, panelists say.
In one New Jersey K–12 district, esports is an investment in students’ futures.
Director of Technology Marc Anderson helped optimize and future-proof the tech infrastructure at The Lincoln Academy and maintains the charter school’s technology from a single-pane network management system.
Two K–12 IT leaders share their districts’ approaches to improving cybersecurity through analysis, training and robust threat prevention technologies.
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