Despite what you may have heard, maker projects and makerspaces don’t require expensive equipment like 3D printers or laser cutters. A box of recycled items and a big imagination are key.
Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo, Maker movement
It is no longer necessary to choose a platform for your school or classroom. Mixing and matching devices and tools offers flexibility and access.
Topics: 1:1, ISTE Conference & Expo
To develop a digital age learning environment that works, tech coaches must first consult all stakeholders — including teachers, administrators, students and parents — and consider the physical and virtual elements of the environment, connectivity, social and cultural influences, and the tools that will work best.
Topics: Learning spaces, Standards, Technology infrastucture
Advocates for making computer science a mandatory part of school curriculum talked it out with district leaders at the first Point-Counterpoint Debate: Coding in the Curriculum.
Topics: Coding, Curriculum, ISTE Conference & Expo, Leadership