This 22,000-member organization of teachers and “lead learners” is looking for ways to bridge the gap between educators and K-12 companies.
Educators often seek out vendor-provided data to learn about ed-tech tools, but they are unlikely to trust research vendors provide, a new study finds.
Ed-tech providers and educators need to be able to answer three basic questions to prove that an ed-tech product works, a panel agreed.
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The U.S. is home to 25 active “education innovation clusters,” and representatives of many met in Philadelphia to share ideas, challenges, and initiatives.
A Philadelphia public school that encourages its students to solve real-world problems was showcased on the opening day of Education Innovation Clusters, a conference focused on promoting innovation and research in K-12.
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The K-12 market is likely to include a mix of commercial and “open” resources for the foreseeable future, a panel at ISTE suggested.
Richard Culatta delves into everything from how the ed-tech world is handling criticism and scandals, to the increasing number of virtual and augmented reality products entering the K-12 marketplace.