Summer is quickly coming to an end, and preparations for the upcoming school year are within close reach. With the impending return to in-person learning for many, continued online learning for others, and even dual audience learning for some, now is the perfect time to re-imagine, re-envision, and re-think how we leverage edtech for teaching and learning in our new educational landscapes. Dozens of interesting edtech books offer useful content that we can all leverage in some capacity. To support your professional learning journey, start with this list of fantastic edtech books that every new and seasoned K-12 teacher, from all academic subject areas and grade levels, should read.
The North American Scholastic Esports Federation (NASEF) is expanding its presence to India by partnering with Eduent Catalysts Pvt. Ltd. "By the end of the year, India will have 628 million gamers, and it is the fastest-growing esports market in the world," says Ravneet Gill, founder and CEO of Eduent, an India-based organization that works with schools to build an educational foundation for esports. "Of the next 1 billion new internet users that will come on stream, 62 million of those will be in India. So you have a young population, you have internet connectivity that's going through the roof, and you have youngsters who are technologically very comfortable."
Rethinking the Future of Education COVID-19 offers an opportunity to rethink learning models and create a system which blends the best aspects of in-person and online learning into a new hybrid model that supports all learners - not just some. This playbook presents a framework to help educators create this new vision of learning. Download Now
The best Chromebooks for schools help digitize the classroom without overcomplicating it. A Chromebook can make education better for students and teachers by keeping everything simple while also being priced affordably for school and district. Chromebooks do the data crunching and storage mostly in the cloud, so the devices are lightweight and have batteries that will keep going right to that last bell. It's also part of why the prices can be kept so low when compared to a traditional laptop.
With the Delta variant throwing a monkey wrench into school planning, this week’s #NYCSchoolsTech Virtual Summit was a good opportunity to reflect on the many lessons we’ve learned in education since COVID first hit the scene in March 2020 -- and how these lessons can prepare for another uncertain year ahead.