Technology tips and teaching strategies aligned with PowerUp WHAT WORKS.
As we addressed in our previous blog post, conducting evaluations of your technology initiatives is critical to make sure that you’re on target to meet your goals. Evaluations also form the basis of a cycle of continuous improvement – allowing your... More...
The goal of any technology initiative is to improve student learning. Teachers and administrators at all levels (state, local, school) devote time and allocate funding for technology implementation in an effort to enhance teaching and learning for... More...
Successful technology implementation does not happen overnight. The key to success starts with the planning process to identify where you are and where you want to go to accomplish your technology goals. This process is critical and requires a plan... More...
How can assessment improve both teaching and learning? A critical goal of student assessment is to improve teaching and learning. Beyond offering ways to collect and analyze data, educational technology can play an important role in... More...
Perspective from the Field: What can be learned from the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) iPad roll out?
Neil Schiavo is a Research Associate at Education Development Center, Inc. He has over 10 years experience developing materials to support the professional learning of teachers and administrators around the country. He has been involved in the... More...
In case you didn't get a chance to watch our Webinars live for Connected Educator Month 2013, we've archived each of them, here, so that you can watch them on your own time. Acknowledgement: Special thanks to Michael McGarrah for helping to... More...
Join us this afternoon at 3:30 pm ET for our fifth webinar for Connected Educator Month - Planning for Effective Schoolwide Technology Implementation to meet the Common Core State Standards! Click here to join our webinar: https://plus.... More...
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