All edtech is not created equal. Learn more about the buying cycles for different product types.
As the people who spend the most time interacting with students, teachers are often the end-users when it comes to edtech products. Their influence can be underrated by edtech sales and marketing professionals because they are not always the decision makers for their schools or districts.
There are a million things to distract students from learning, but there are also ways to help remove distractions in the classroom and at home using technology.
We’ve seen the positive impacts that tech can have on the environment when looking at examples in other fields, like electric cars and smart homes that promote energy saving and green living. There are also initiatives to bring these energy-saving techniques into schools.
While 55% of teachers do not study climate change with their students, 84% of parents with children under the age of 18 think that they should learn about it in school.
According to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2018, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is quickly approaching. Over the next three years, the report projects that four technological advances will have a big impact on existing business models and practices. “Ubiquitous high-speed mobile internet; artificial intelligence; widespread adoption of big data analytics; and cloud …
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 …
The Douglas Stewart Company has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2019 honor by The Wisconsin State Journal.
According to the Driving K-12 Innovation report by the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), the two major obstacles for K-12 innovation are the gap between technology and pedagogy, and the relationship between technology and the future of work. The Gap Between Technology and Pedagogy K-12 schools tend to purchase new technology without envisioning how …