How might we … create the next great innovator?

Student innovators in NASA suits

Empowering students to be critical thinkers, to design, develop and devise solutions to both local and global problems, to be coders, writers and computational thinkers — these are just a few of the ways schools promote innovative thinking and doing. … Continue reading

Mobile MEGAShare proves a mega success

Mobile Mega Share 1

Participants dove into spirited discussions at the Mobile Learning Network’s second annual Mobile MEGAShare, which drew more than 300 educators from around the world. Attendees from Puerto Rico, Australia, Alaska, Brazil, UK and many other countries shared their ideas, strategies … Continue reading

Flipped learning video tool wows educators

An interactive video learning platform for flipped and blended learning got the green light from Ed Tech Start-Up Pitch Fest judges and attendees, who voted for their favorite new ed tech products and services at Monday’s final round after watching a … Continue reading

An inside look at EduMachinima Fest

Minecraft Machinima

Each year the Virtual Environments Network presents EduMachinima Fest at the ISTE conference. Several awards went out to educators, students and other machinimatographers. You can check out the full list of winners at the Virtual Environments Network website! New categories … Continue reading

Making at the Mobile Learning Playground

3D printing at Mobile Learning playground

From using Google Glass in the classroom to using Twitter effectively with your students to finding resources for teaching coding, the Mobile Learning Network’s Mobile Learning Playground offered something for everyone. With presenters sharing from two stages, as well as … Continue reading

The next big thing in ed tech is not a ‘thing’ at all

School librarians from around the world gathered in the gallery just outside Room B313 Sunday to learn and share from one another during the Digital Age Library Playground, an informal “unconference” event that featured short, hands-on presentations that allowed participants … Continue reading