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Welcome to the web version of the ISTE member magazine.
What will the Trump Administration’s focus on school choice mean for investments in education technology and broadband infrastructure.
In the age of citizen journalism, media literacy is more vital than ever.
ISTE will introduce the next generation of its member magazine starting with the July 2017 issue.
The question has boggled scientists, philosophers and educators for millennia. How, in fact, do humans process, remember, retrieve and use information?
At Baltimore County Public Schools, students can to access multiple and varied opportunities for learning, exploration and enrichment.
How tech coaching works, what the goals are and exactly who takes on this role is being worked out in classrooms and districts around the globe. And while there may be some uncertainty as to how to navigate the coaching terrain, experts say the relationships among the various stakeholders are the bedrock.
Steve Isaacs is a firm believer in the maker movement, which allows students to be hands-on with their learning and to create products.
At 17 Maya Penn is a eco-fashion designer, children’s book author, artist, animator, coder, public speaker, entrepreneur, philanthropist and environmentalist.
ISTE Board of Directors President Mila Thomas Fuller writes about what's in store for ISTE in 2017.
Instead of teachers delivering lessons to students sitting in rows, what if we trusted students to choose their places?
Do virtual and augmented reality have the potential to transform education on the scale of laptops and Google Apps? You may be surprised.
Mali Bickley talks about how teachers can create learning environments that foster the skills needed to become caring, contributing and creative global citizens.
ISTE member Ixchell Reyes specializes in teaching English as an additional language to students who hail from all corners of the globe.
Empowerment, equity and empathy are emerging as three key components of the 2017 ISTE Standards for Teachers.
Of all the titles Timothy P. Shriver holds – social leader, educator, author, film producer, entrepreneur – one gig always stands out: chairman of the Special Olympics.
Schools, of all sizes and locations, have plugged into the power of technology to transform learning and teaching.
Kristin Ziemke writes that the most important thing we can do for students is help them tell their stories.
How do we reach beyond our divisive and hate-filled climate to find our better selves and return to a culture of civility that promotes critical thinking and engaged citizenship?
Real-time, growth-based formative assessments are essential in order to get immediate feedback about student performance and offer small data instead of the macro look that usually happens only at the end of the year. A good place to start is to make sure educators are using the right technology.
Coding education over the past five years is igniting worldwide interest as teachers gain expertise, and new products make it possible for teens and college students to improve the world right in their classrooms.
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