Alana Winnick was able to write "The Generative Age: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Education" in under a year because she used AI to make her writing process more efficient.
Digital tools and computer-assisted instruction are among the writing instruction strategies that work in middle and high school, according to a new study
California is one of the first states to comprehensively address AI in the classroom. Here are some of the state’s lessons.
Google says Gemini, its latest AI model, can outperform the most advanced version of ChatGPT. Here’s what that means for educators.
Khanmigo’s Academic Essay Feedback tool is designed to guide students through the writing process. As tools like this evolve, they might rewrite writing instruction, Sal Khan says.
Schools can do more to embrace AI and other digital technologies, said Jean-Claude Brizard, President and CEO of Digital Promise, during a recent keynote address.
The latest PISA results showed U.S. Math scores plummeting but the real story is both more bleak and positive, says Sal Khan.
The online teaching platform Outschool is popular with homeschoolers as well as K12 students and teachers.
Researchers have long noted an advantage for print texts versus digital ones, but many questions remain about why the screen inferiority effect occurs
When William Quarterman was accused of submitting an AI-generated midterm essay, he started having panic attacks. He says his professor should have handled the situation differently.
After starting out in business, Tech & Learning Innovative Leader Award winner Mary Jane Warden fell in love with teaching and the potential to facilitate learning with technology
Jessica Hicklin is using edtech to help make in-prison education more accessible. It’s a mission inspired by her time incarcerated.
Cyberbullying involves an imbalance of physical or emotional power and an intent to cause harm, like traditional bullying, and is not limited to the school day or school grounds
The right data can help educators implement an MTSS framework that supports all students, including those who need more resources because they are exceeding expectations
President Biden's recent executive order on AI could be the first step in relieving teachers from implementing their own AI policies on the fly.
Plan your Veterans Day classroom activities and lessons with quizzes, videos, primary sources, and more
Award-winning supervisor of technology and data Frank Pileiro is stepping down from his district position. He shares his thoughts on what his successor might face.
Jane Rosenzweig sees potential for AI in the future but is critical of many of its current classroom applications.
The AI detectors got it wrong more than half the time when evaluating writing from non-Native English-speaking students, recent research found.