Ensuring Effective Integration of Technology and Curriculum to Maximize Learner Potential

The right team, professional development and buy-in are essential to transformative digital learning, according to Read More →

Instructors Rush to Do ‘Assignment Makeovers’ to Respond to ChatGPT

Since the release of ChatGPT a little more than six months ago, students have quickly Read More →

Why My Students Had to Embrace Their Imperfections to Learn a New Language

I struggle with perfectionism every day, and sometimes, it prevents me from authentically showing up Read More →

How Podcasting Is Changing Teaching and Research

Ian Cook, a longtime professor and social anthropologist, still remembers the first podcast he ever Read More →

Expertise as Elaboration: Teachers’ Reflections on an AI Tool-Embedded Writing Rubric

AI-driven tools may signal the integration of technology into learning in profound ways; however, the Read More →

Insights and Best Practices for Transforming Education Through One-to-One Device Programs

As technology becomes increasingly integrated into our daily lives, schools are recognizing the importance of Read More →

A Student and a Teacher Try to Untangle Why Group Work Is, Well, Terrible

Everyone has a group project horror story. Maybe you had a classmate who got away Read More →

Embracing the Transformative Influence of Generative AI

As educators, we know the potential that artificial intelligence (AI) has for our profession. Generative Read More →

How AI Can Help Educators Test Whether Their Teaching Materials Work

Companies like Amazon and Facebook have systems that continually respond to how users interact with Read More →

Teachers Leaving the Classroom: An EdSurge Summer Reading List

School’s out for summer. School’s out … forever? When we started to devise a summer Read More →

Teachers and Families Are More Divided Than Ever — and Students Are Losing Out

There is no doubt that our schools are in crisis. The trauma of the COVID-19 Read More →

Why Do Some Schools Get Better Quickly and Others Get Stuck?

Justin Reich now teaches digital media at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but his first Read More →

‘Teaching Is My Calling’

As they make their way through the colorful hallways of The Children’s Guild School of Read More →

Georgia Tech Is Trying to Keep a ChatGPT-Powered Teaching Assistant From ‘Hallucinating’

A college probably wouldn’t hire a teaching assistant who tends to lie to students about Read More →

If We Listen, Students Will Lead Education Research and Development

Student disengagement in writing at the secondary level is a pervasive challenge school districts face Read More →

Should Schools Adopt ‘Cellphone Jails’?

It was boiling, and there was lots of disgruntled chatter. It was 2018, on the Read More →

Can AI Help Teachers With Grading?

A perennial question as technology improves is the extent to which it will change—or replace— Read More →

Has It Become Harder to Connect With College Students?

Many professors are struggling to connect with their students these days. First the pandemic forced Read More →