Tag Archives: ISTE

Every Student Can Learn

Students aren’t defective, materials and resources are. GUEST COLUMN | by Mark Gura This past semester I taught a required course for Instructional Technology majors. Trust me, there’s nothing like swapping ideas with 30 early-career technology teachers to give you … Continue reading

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Interview | Chuck Amos Wants to Visualize Your School District’s Data

by Judy Faust Hartnett In June of this year, Chuck Amos became the CEO of GuideK12. Amos has worked in the education technology field for 19 years, most recently heading up his own education-consulting firm. Previously he was the CEO … Continue reading

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Interview | Engaging with Jay King of StudySync

In an earlier interview with EdTech Digest, BookheadEd Learning CEO Robert Romano (pictured, above right) described StudySync as a web-delivered academic tool created for teachers that uses a variety of technologies, social interaction, and multimedia to connect students to the … Continue reading

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Interview | Ten Million Members and Moving Forward

Now that’s a lot of people. The Learning First Alliance (LFA) is a partnership of 16 education associations with more than 10 million members dedicated to improving student learning in America’s public schools. “We share examples of success, encourage collaboration … Continue reading

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