June 22, 2017

The 2 things educators should read this summer

By: Gene Kerns, Ed.D., Vice President and Chief Academic Officer   Introduction As many of us prepare for summer reading, I have been asked once again to make some recommendations. The list we compiled last year remains relevant, but I […]
June 15, 2017

A preview of ISTE 2017

By: Ken Stoflet, Marketing Communications Specialist   We’re packing our bags for San Antonio, Texas From June 25 to June 28, thousands of passionate educators and administrators will gather in San Antonio, Texas, for the 2017 International Society for Technology […]
May 18, 2017

The art and science of resiliency

By: Jan Bryan, Ed.D., Vice President, National Education Officer   The art “Artists, Gombrich reminds us, do not paint what they see, they see what they are able to paint. An empty mind sees nothing.” (Eisner, 2017) Resiliency, grit, and […]
January 12, 2017

The law of the vital few

By: Gene Kerns, Ed.D., Vice President and Chief Academic Officer Teachers regularly report that they have more skills to teach students than the time necessary to teach them. Therefore, teaching often requires making tough choices about which skills to focus […]