The role of educators and technology in teaching soft skills to the workforce of the future was the theme of a stud by The Economist Intelligence Unit.
Ed-tech businesses including LearnPlatform and TeacherGaming raised funds. Also, education management solutions provider ASSIST and Brainly announced acquisitions.
Teachers and students can now take images from a 360-degree camera and, using tools from Google, turn them into their own “expeditions.”
As the use of virtual reality evolves in the U.S. and around the world, the next question is: what educational content will be created for it?
Three students from Hong Kong demonstrate what a new study shows: students enjoy self-directed learning with the support of a teacher.
A district technology leader attending the FETC conference this week explains how he chooses among Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon products.
Google’s Chromebooks still dominate the U.S. market, and Microsoft’s new changes seem aimed at trying to answer and one-up its rival.
Companies including a text messaging app and a provider of STEM tools for teachers raised funding. Also, educational games provider Jumpstart acquired online math program Sokikom, and Microsoft and PowerSchool unveiled a new partnership.
What you can expect to hear from Bett 2018, the annual international ed-tech conference held in London.
California is one of more than 20 states to file suit to stop the Federal Communication Commission’s order, calling it “arbitrary, capricious, and an abuse of discretion.”