Gadgets and software on its own will not improve education, EdSurge reports.
Schools buy stuff badly, EdSurge reports.
Last Friday, Guilford County Schools in North Carolina “suspended the use of Amplify tablets, cases, keyboards and chargers, effective immediately.”
Recently we had a holiday, or at least it felt like one, edSurge reports.
For most, start-ups and school districts couldn’t be more different, EdSurge reports.
Perhaps the best way to think about games in education is not to automatically call everything that looks like fun a “learning game,” EdSurge reports.
Many edtech startups (understandably) try to sidestep the complexity and bureaucracy of the central office, and go straight to teachers, edSurge reports.
In elementary school, my friends and I would re-sell snacks that we purchased from Costco at a lower price than what the vending machines and lunch lady charged,…
EdSurge reports that one of the more interesting pieces of new edtech research is a paper by Telmo Zarraonandia of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in which…