#ETTchat: Evaluating New Technology Initiatives in Schools – an interview with Justin Reich & James Daley

#ETTchat: Evaluating New Technology Initiatives in Schools – an interview with Justin Reich & James Daley

This fall, as part of our #ETTchat series, Communications Editor James Daley will be chatting with our EdTechTeacher instructors about some of their favorite tools, apps, and strategies for the classroom. In this post, he chats with co-founder Justin Reich about the question Is All This …

#ettChat with Tom Daccord: How do I move my faculty along with tech integration?

#ettChat with Tom Daccord: How do I move my faculty along with tech integration?

Each week EdTechTeacher will bring you a new, short video (10-15 minutes) by one of the staff exploring an app, web tool or idea in the world of educational technology centered around a new theme each month. This month, we explore Leadership, and …

#ettChat with Tom Daccord: Where do you begin when making a tech implementation plan?

#ettChat with Tom Daccord: Where do you begin when making a tech implementation plan?

Each week EdTechTeacher will bring you a new, short video (10-15 minutes) by one of the staff exploring an app, web tool or idea in the world of educational technology centered around a new theme each month. This month, we explore Leadership, and …

#ettChat with Tom Daccord: Why do some technology programs succeed while others falter?

#ettChat with Tom Daccord: Why do some technology programs succeed while others falter?

Each week EdTechTeacher will bring you a new, short video (10-15 minutes) by one of the staff exploring an app, web tool or idea in the world of educational technology centered around a new theme each month. This month, we explore Leadership, and …

Spirals of Innovation in Schools – From Pockets of Excellence to Sustained Change from Beth Holland

Spirals of Innovation in Schools – From Pockets of Excellence to Sustained Change from Beth Holland

This post originally appeared on EdTechResearcher. To be successful in a knowledge economy, students will require the ability to complete non-routine tasks, solve unstructured problems, and employ technologies for communication, collaboration, and creation (Autor, & Price, 2013; Collet, Hine, & Plessis, 2015). …

Educators Shouldn’t Act Differently on Social Media – from Patrick Larkin

Educators Shouldn’t Act Differently on Social Media – from Patrick Larkin

Patrick Larkin writes regularly on his Education Week blog, Reinventing K-12 Learning. He first published this post on February 18th. As someone who is a big proponent of Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. as tools to communicate, connect, and learn, I often get asked …

Is Your 1:1 Program Destined to Fail? – From Tom Daccord

Is Your 1:1 Program Destined to Fail? – From Tom Daccord

This post first appeared on eSchoolNews. If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll never know when you’ve arrived. A defining trait of effective leadership in successful school technology programs is a well-defined vision of technology-aided teaching and learning that is shared …

How to Transform Teaching with Tablets – From Tom Daccord & Justin Reich

How to Transform Teaching with Tablets – From Tom Daccord & Justin Reich

This article was first published in the May Edition of Educational Leadership from ASCD. Getting computing devices into schools is relatively easy; changing classroom practice with technology is really, really hard. Over the past century, radio, television, video cassette recorders, desktop computers, laptop …