MindBridge Partners has been all over the map this past week, sharing their latest insights in strategy, technology, and innovation. Partner […]
With learning management systems (LMS) as well as social media platforms available for class use, which do college students prefer?
Welcome to the third episode of our podcast series covering the Engagement Lab, an applied research facility at Emerson College focusing on the […]
EdTech Times spoke with Karen Bdoyan, founder of ShowMe, a global learning community that aims to connect great teachers and experts to students across the world. Read our interview to find out what ShowMe creates and why they do it.
Just as becoming green was once at the top of lists for city planners and leaders, becoming “smarter” is the […]
Digital technologies help provide children all over the world with equal education and opportunity, enabling them with greater chances of success.» Read more
This Monday, a Texas high school student was arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school. What initiated as a case of racial and religious profiling soon turned into a platform for the gifted student, who is now receiving commendations and even job offers from government officials and tech leaders around the world.» Read more
In the first episode of our EdTech Innovations podcast, we interview Eric Gordon, Director of the Engagement Lab, an applied research facility at Emerson College that uses games to enhance civic life.» Read more
EdTech Times spoke with Bob Holl, founder of Learning A-Z, a leading provider of Pre-K-6 literacy-focused curriculum resources. Read our Q&A to learn about literacy needs in the Pre-K-6 education.» Read more
Sesame Street is moving to HBO, and some worry the move will widen the achievement gap. What does this mean for the future of early childhood education?» Read more
EdTech Times spoke with Monica Brady-Myerov, founder of Listen Current, an educational radio platform. Listen Current makes it easy to bring current events, authentic voices and engaging non-fiction stories to the classroom, […]» Read more