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As the 2023-2024 school year commences, focus on education is accompanied by a pressing concern for better cybersecurity. Cybercriminals are poised to exploit educational institutions, seeking access to personal, financial, and health records.
Teachers with classrooms full of students of any age can use TED-Ed Lessons to leverage October’s fun events (Friday the 13th in October, anyone?) and speak to students’ different interests.
There’s a lurking concern that AI is just going to help students find mindless shortcuts for cheating their way to good grades. But that’s only a risk if schools and teachers hold a low bar for what they expect of their students.
This week’s newsfeeds are stuffed with announcements for finalists and honorees for both educators and vendors on the best and brightest developments for teaching and learning.
While your day or week may not perfectly mirror the lesson plan you so diligently created, I have five key tips to help you feel more confident in your classroom this year, so that the little messes don’t feel so big.
New research examining national attitudes toward home broadband and the federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides insights on how to close the digital divide and connect households to reliable high-speed internet.
Aaron Dworkin, Chief Executive Officer of the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA), discusses solutions to pandemic learning loss, teacher burnout, equity issues, and more.
The K-12 Hero Awards Program recognizes the dedicated efforts of education professionals across K-12 departments, including IT, curriculum, instruction and administration.
Equity gaps often prevent youths from accessing the care they need. It’s been reported that even before COVID-19, 1 in 5 children had a treatable mental health diagnosis but only about 20 percent received care from a provider.
Educators often share a useful mantra: “The mind can only absorb what the bottom can endure.” This is a great phrase to remember as districts, schools, and educators increasingly rely on technology tools to support student achievement.