Busy week? We’re here to help. Here’s our roundup of top educational stories from the past seven days:
When looking at problem-solving in a real-world context, appropriate tech use needs to be a consideration. What technologies are available that can help us find a solution and how do we determine the right strategy? edCircuit shares six winning strategies for using Ed Tech in project-based learning.
Do you know about the three circles that can Change School? Learn how education leaders from around the world are coming together to discuss three big themes in education reform.
Teachers look at data for one reason: to teach better. When it comes to learning where students are struggling, or where instruction can be improved, good data can help. TeachThought shares 8 of the most common sources of formative assessment data.
School leaders are bringing technology into classrooms more than ever before, often concerned that without access to the tools they need, students leavers will be unprepared. But recent studies about the impact of technology on achievement have shown uninspiring results. It’s time for a deeper conversation about how schools use technology, says KQED News.
Internet connectivity and capacity is still an issue across the US and especially in schools. Getting Smart asks, “How can we close the digital divide to ensure the future of learning?”
North Carolina’s charter school teacher of the year, Deborah Brown talks to Dr. Rod Berger about promoting project-based learning to help students succeed.
Planning your schedule for next year? Here is a list of 27 can’t-miss education conferences for 2018. We’ll see you at SXSWEdu, ISTE, FETC, and more!