Lessons in Early Learning from Austin, TX to Pittsburgh, PA
Shimira Williams shares reflections on her participating in SXSW EDU 2018 and how insights and questions from the event are shaping her work in early learning back home in Pittsburgh.
Remake Learning Days: What’s happening in West Virginia?
Meet Donna Peduto and Learn Why She’s Excited for Remake Learning Days in West Virginia
Minds Under Construction
Remake Learning network member Norton Gusky visits the Creation Station at Duquesne Elementary School.
When Designing EdTech for Schools, Get Back in the Classroom
Last month, the federal Office of Educational Technology published “The EdTech Developer's Guide: A Primer for Developers, Startups, and Entrepreneurs,” a free guide written by educators, researchers, and developers. The guide is a Rosetta Stone for entrepreneurs looking to succeed in the über competitive and fast-changing educational technology (edtech) marketplace. Plus, it includes nitty-gritty details on how districts make purchasing decisions, updates on data privacy laws, and other information.
How Early Childhood Educators Use Technology in the Classroom
A new survey of early childhood educators shows they think technology can play a positive role in children’s learning. But they need support in order to make use of new tools in their classrooms.