As seen on eSchool Media December 12th, 2018

    Improving district-level goal-setting with ‘SMART Goals,’part II

    By Laurie Elliott
    director of governance solutions, NXTBoard
      Don’t forget to check out Improving district-level goal-setting with ‘SMART Goals,’ part 1. SMART goals are more specific… but can they really boost student outcomes? When district-level SMART goals are set for student outcomes, they put a laser-focus upon addressing mastery and/or performance deficits...

    As seen on eSchool Media December 12th, 2018

    Making smart edtech choices in a Gen Z world

    By Elliott Levine
    director of education for the Americas region, HP, Inc.
    If you remember school as a blur of multiplication tables, worksheets, penmanship practice and study halls, you are not alone – and you will be amazed by developments in classrooms today. Waves of technology have passed through schools in recent years, each bringing the...

    As seen on eSchool Media December 3rd, 2018

    Teachers can keep students ahead of the curve by teaching STEM early and often

    By Hilary Scharton
    vice president of K-12 product strategy, Canvas
    Stop me if you’ve heard these concerns before. “Studying STEM is the only way my child will be able to get a job!” say parents. “We can’t find enough job candidates with the necessary STEM skills to fill our open positions!” say business owners....

    As seen on eSchool Media December 3rd, 2018

    How video assessment facilitates continuous learning

    By Josh Kamrath
    chief executive officer, Bongo
    Most students graduate with a particular career path in mind, but the specialized skills they learn in school don’t always stay relevant forever. According to the World Economic Forum’s 2016 Future of Jobs Report, “nearly 50 percent of subject knowledge acquired during the first...

    As seen on eSchool Media November 27th, 2018

    Robots, research & reimagining on-campus presence

    By Bo Preising
    chief strategy & product officer, SVP engineering, Suitable Technologies
    On college campuses worldwide, telepresence is having its a meta moment, both as an accessibility and collaboration tool and as the subject of its most avid users’ compelling R&D....

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