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Students Speak Up on Technology & Learning #1 It’s not just about engagement Sure, digital learning may be engaging but middle school students say the real benefits are getting better grades (54%), learning at their own pace (53%) and developing … Continue reading
State Wi-Fi Leadership for Fostering Digital Learning Ready K–12 Schools: Extending the Broadband Imperative II
Below is a press release for SETDA’s latest resource, State Wi-Fi Leadership for Fostering Digital Learning Ready K–12 Schools: Extending the Broadband Imperative II. As announced previously, SETDA released this paper via a webinar this afternoon. If you missed the webinar, you … Continue reading
The State Educational Technology Directors Association is pleased to share the release of its latest resource, Navigating the Digital Shift II: Implementing Digital Instructional Materials for Learning. Thank you to the state leaders and partners that contributed to this work. … Continue reading
1) Speak Up 7 for 2017: Top digital learning trends in K-12 schools today Today at the ASU GSV Summit, we shared 7 trends that we are watching! Following are seven trends in digital learning based on the the Speak Up 2016 data. … Continue reading
This week President Trump called on Congress to pass a bill that increases school choice. This position by the President is no surprise as he appointed Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos who has devoted her philanthropic efforts towards school choice, … Continue reading
Digital Learning Day 2017 is less than one month away and our Digital Learning Day map is starting to fill up!
A new report emphasizes equitable Internet access at school and elsewhere. A new broadband report from the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), which represents U.S. state and territorial education technology leaders, encourages education technology leaders and policymakers to continue … Continue reading