You can feel more confident in your child's use of technology in the classroom and at home by taking the time to understand the services they are using and how their personal data is being handled. We have three steps that can help you think about what is happening to your child's information.
Learn how technology can be used in schools to improve instruction, simplify a teacher’s work, or smooth operational challenges.
Created by the UK’s University of Warwick, IGGY is an educational and social network for gifted students aged 13-18. Read to learn how you can get involved!
New survey from MediaSmarts shows just how ubiquitous technology use is for Canadian teens.
How can we use technology to address social challenges? Jonathan Nicholas, CEO of Inspire Foundation, looks at their own program, ReachOut.com, and the how they've worked to positively affect mental health in Australia.
Are you familiar with Universal Design for Learning? Researchers from the EDC Center for Children and Technology break it down, and explain why digital tools are critical for today's learners.
Read to learn how technology has made it easy for students to continue learning outside of traditional classrooms.
When it comes to technology and their child's education, some parents have lots of questions. Susan Lucille Davis, a thirty-year veteran teacher, answers some of them.
Educational blogger, Beth Holland, discusses the value of iPads for students and teachers.