Wednesday / October 21

Wouldn’t it be great to double academic achievement with digital tools in our schools? The challenge it seems, when it comes to educational technology use in our schools, is to differentiate authentic impact evidence from hoopla. I’ve only just returned from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2018 conference, where I was confronted with this challenge at nearly every turn.   In fact, much of the evidence-free rhetoric I heard reminded me of a prediction made by

As an educational consultant working out of the district central office, one of my responsibilities was to design and implement professional learning opportunities for educators and administrators on research-based best practices and new curriculum initiatives from the government to educators. While I might be very enthusiastic