Librarians in a Knoxville, TN school district got a grant to build four maker space carts that rotate among schools. Find out what they bought and why.
Tips from an expert on how to instruct kids effectively and with an open mind.
Tot-oriented robots and resources give coding lessons a friendly face.
Distance didn’t keep these three school librarians from scoring a grant for Finch robots so that their students could all code together.
Students in grades 5–8 can enter a video competition to showcase their own innovation—and win $25,000.
Braille tablets and other new tech may help visually impaired children truly engage in e-learning.
Building contraptions inspired by the inventor and cartoonist teaches students about physics, problem-solving, and cause and effect.
A middle-school librarian conducted his own research on ebooks. What he found out now guides his collection development—and may be the answer to the “middle school drop-off” in pleasure reading.
Media and literacy scholar Antero Garcia explains why educators and librarians should be paying attention to vlogs and what it means for today’s teens’ literacy.
This Indiana Instructional Technology Specialist and a local high school history teacher teamed up to create a successful new approach to an old classroom project.