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October 4th, 2022

Teachers’ helper: Edtech as TA’s

In this episode of Innovations in Education, hosted by Kevin Hogan: 6 classroom tech tools that help educators’ mental health 8 questions for educators as they use assessments to support student learning AI in the Classroom – Supporting Innovative Teaching and Increased Productivity Related:Running the numbers: New data on the state-of-play in educationAll about the […]

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October 4th, 2022

Using online modules to strengthen teacher leadership programs

Teacher leader programs offer opportunities for teachers to assume leader roles and leverage their expertise in teaching without leaving the classroom. Despite some of the potential and promise of teacher leader programs, new programs often struggle with problems that stem from mismanagement that limits their effectiveness. As teacher leader programs become more prolific across the […]

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October 3rd, 2022

Meet the 2022 K-12 Hero Awards winners!

eSchool Media is pleased to announce the three winners of the eSchool News  K-12 Hero Awards: Dr. Ann Hughes, Director of Student Intervention for Sanger ISD in Texas; Kim Leblanc, Chief Technology Officer for Calcasieu Parish School Board in Louisiana; and Daniel Olivas, Network Analyst at Austin Independent School District in Texas. Winners were chosen […]

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October 3rd, 2022

How plagiarism makes the literacy gap worse

Plagiarism is becoming ubiquitous in academia as an increase in AI-powered writing tools become more advanced and available to students. As a result, educators are faced with preventing, identifying, and stopping plagiarism even as plagiarism becomes increasingly harder to detect. But why should educators even continue to tackle plagiarism? What are the documented and potentially […]

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September 30th, 2022

4 tips to build a strong classroom culture this year

The past two years have been immensely difficult for our nation’s students and teachers. In the wake of the isolation and trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health and behavioral challenges are on the rise as students continue to process unprecedented amounts of stress, anxiety, and grief. The decline in child and adolescent mental health […]

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September 28th, 2022

6 classroom tech tools that helps educators’ mental health

Many teachers are embracing the return to a standard classroom setting. Naturally, some are worried about how much stress will come with trying to get students settled into in-person classes again. Educators must receive ample support for mental and emotional well-being, as the strain of returning to normal will likely impact their mental strength and […]

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September 28th, 2022

Don’t wait: The importance of early dyslexia intervention

A learning disorder that can impact a child’s ability to read or interpret words, letters, and other symbols—but that doesn’t affect general intelligence—dyslexia often goes unnoticed until a student displays significant struggles with reading and/or writing. The most common of all neuro-cognitive disorders, dyslexia impacts about 20 percent of the US population and represents 80-90 […]

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September 27th, 2022

Running the numbers: New data on the state-of-play in education

In this week’s Innovations in Education, hosted by Kevin Hogan: Educator retention hinges on these 3 things E-rate spending reveals schools’ tech evolution New report: Equity, Cybersecurity Top List of State Education Technology Priorities Read more: All about the IT department: Proven strategies for success Back-to-school success strategies

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September 27th, 2022

Why E-rate is critical for school technology access

Every year, schools and libraries have access to billions of dollars of funding through the FCC’s E-rate program. Unfortunately, many don’t take advantage, oftentimes because of confusion over who is eligible and what services are available. In this post I’ll break down the importance of E-rate, how it works, and the types of technologies it […]

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September 23rd, 2022

E-rate spending reveals schools’ tech evolution

Schooling has changed in many ways in the last two years, but while remote learning, mask policies and increased federal spending in education have gotten lots of attention, another trend has gone nearly unnoticed. But thanks to the availability of detailed E-rate data, this sea change is now being recognized. E-rate is the federal government […]

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