Communication looks different in the Innovation Age compared to the Information Age of yesteryear. Here's how to help students succeed


PLCs-communitiesEd. note: Innovation In Action is a monthly column from the International Society of Technology in Education focused on exemplary practices in education.


Ready or not, education has entered the "Innovation Age," where it’s not about what students know but what they can do with what they know. Teachers can prepare students to thrive in the Innovation Age by teaching them to think at three levels: "what," "so what," and...

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  • About the Author:

    Sharon “Sam” Sakai-Miller, Ed.D, is the author of the newly released ISTE book “Innovation Age Learning: Empowering Students by Empowering Teachers.” She serves as director of technology integration services at San Lorenzo Unified School District near Oakland, California.