Getting Smart Staff (1402)

Edtech10 - Post


EdTech 10: Bring (or Wear) Your Own Device #BYOD

This week's top 10 list includes digital developments, policy updates, advancements in technology and more. Read more and get up to speed with EdTech news.

4 days ago by

Edtech10 - Post


EdTech 10: What’s Trending

Even with a shortened holiday week there is plenty of news to share! This week's top 10 list shares massive changes in the ways we learn, design our schools, teach, and provide high quality education at scale.

11 days ago by



Blending Middle Grade Humanities

The latest Getting Smart Bundle, sponsored by The Nellie Mae Education Foundation, outlines best practices and importance of blending middle grade humanities.

14 days ago by

Edtech10 - Post


EdTech 10: Better #SchoolInfo

This week's edition of EdTech 10 features the most up to date ed news headlines and asks parents, teachers & friends to help us think about school report cards and information. Don't miss your chance to contribute!

18 days ago by

Edtech10 - Post

EdTech 10: From Mindsets to Minecraft

This week’s Top 10 list signals a flurry of EdTech activity from mindsets to Minecraft and MOOCs. Some of our favorite kids (and adults) love Minecraft, so free MOOCs on Minecraft in the classroom and opps to learning coding are right up our alley.

25 days ago by


advocacy partner

Literacy Design Collaborative

Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) is a national community of educators providing a teacher-designed and research-proven framework, online tools, and resources for creating literacy-rich assignments and courses across content areas.

Thumbs up


Thumbs Up For #SXSWedu: 21 Sessions We’re Voting For

SXSWedu 2015 is right around the corner and Panel Picker is open for voting until Sept 5th! Here are 21 Sessions we'll be voting for!

26 days ago by



Getting Smart On Blending Middle Grade Math

A collection of blog posts from leaders in the field that outlines student-centered approaches to learning in blended math sponsored by The Nellie Mae Education Foundation.

29 days ago by