As children become more “plugged in”, principals have been tasked with a difficult decision—how can educators use these devices while also balancing their potentially harmful effects. While technology can help prepare students for success in school and beyond, things like screen time and social media are weighing heavily on principals’ minds as they decide whether to invest in more tech-based products.
October is filled with things that go bump in the night. With scary stories being told all month long, it’s not uncommon for people to feel a little uneasy this time of year. However, October is not only time to hear about monsters— it’s also a time to manage threats lurking online.
ISTE 2019’s “Best of” list gives insight into upcoming edtech trends.
As our society is becoming more dependent on technology, our schools are also adopting this trend. Schools are progressively storing more and more information digitally, on local networks or in the cloud. Alarmingly enough, the education industry ranked last in terms of total cybersecurity when being compared to 17 other industries in the U.S. Hackers …