All Blogs / Industries / Education / Education Tech / Popular

Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

This is a guide for instructing posthumans in Dadaism ” In such times Dada objects amuse everybody, and since these objects are (mostly) made collectively, they are a strong community bond. Amusement (of oneself and others) and the making of art communities are the goals of Dada. Dada is a priori against everything, including goals… Read More

Digital Education ezine July edition now available!

I don’t know what the opposite of “bumper” is (as in “stupendous, 200 page bumper edition”), but the latest issue of Digital Education is small – but perfectly formed. Here’s what it contains: Your editor reads loads of blogs to bring...Show More Summary

Embed a Google Folder in

We’ve had a few people who became big fans of They’re also using Google Docs/Drive and since I like things to blend... here’s how you embed a Google Drive folder into The example is here if you want to check it out. Getting That iFrame Stuff I started to write… Read More

7 reasons that the FAIL acronym fails

It is fashionable these days to avoid the ‘F’ word – by which, of course, I mean “Fail”. This is not confined to the area of teaching Computing, but enough people in this field have written about it to nudge me into writing my thoughts on the matter. Show More Summary

WLAN for a Massive 1:1 Learning Initiative

Miami-Dade County Public Schools, the fourth-largest school district in the United States, is acting on its vision of technology equality for all students by putting a Meru wireless network in all 365 schools.

What Educators Should Tweet About

Gotcha. I have no idea what educators should tweet about. Consider the title pure link bait. (Was thinking about titling it “I tweeted this out and you’ll never guess what happened next”, but that’s more of an Upworthy thing) Actually there many people who have created helpful guidelines and tools for educators delving into social media. […]


Read, watch, and listen to the stories of elders who experienced key historic moments during the Civil Rights movement.

3 kinds of ISTE sessions

Not including the more informal networking events, there generally are 3 kinds of ISTE sessions: Tools, tools, tools! These sessions focus on software, apps, extensions, productivity and efficiency, how-to tips, etc. Little emphasis on learning, heavy emphasis on how to use the tools. Technology for school replication. These sessions focus on the use of digital [...]


From SchoolCIO Summit: Bringing Design Thinking to Your District

Tips For Using Pinterest In The Classroom

Silvia Tolisano recently shared the following tips for using Pinterest in the classroom in a Webinar with a group of teachers in Argentina

18 Apps for Summer Reading

Monica Burns shares a handful of her favorite apps for readers of all ages

Tech & Learning Live

This spring, Boston and Atlanta hosted Tech & Learning Live (formerly Tech Forum).

Video In Education Survey Reveals Trends In Digital Literacy

Kaltura (, a provider of video technology platforms, published its State of Video in Education report, a comprehensive international study that examines the evolving use of video in education.

Class Tech Tips

Design summative and formative assessments, monitor student progress, score essays and tests, and broadcast student responses with this comprehensive and completely interactive tool.

Research Shows Digital Content Increases Student Achievement

A post by Lisa Nielsen cited a recent PBS LearningMedia study that went beyond looking at the impact of technology on the ability of students to fill in bubbles on old-fashioned tests.


T&L blogger David Kapuler shares some of his favorite recent apps.


Tech & Learning is launching a new series called, “Ask SchoolCIOs” (#askSchoolCIO), in which our advisors offer their inside tips on a variety of issues.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC