Editorial Calendar

“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” —Alan Kay

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2018

JAN | State of EdTech  The minds behind what’s now and what’s next.

FEB | Creators of New Realities  Visionaries of our (virtual, augmented, mixed) future.

MAR | Measurers of Success  Masters of the test, productive portfolio promoters.

APR | The EdTech Awards  Honorees for 2018 – Innovators, Leaders and Trendsetters.

MAY | Students in Control  of technology, of learning; enduring (and new) skills and abilities.

JUN | The True Professional  and the importance of practice, competence, mastery + fluency.

JUL | Who’s Got My Money?  E-rate experts, donors, student loaners, VCs, billionaires & bootstrappers.

AUG | The Purpose of Education  Meet the creators of technologies that support it.

SEP | School Leaders Leading Schools  Digital leadership: principals, superintendents, college leaders.

OCT | A Spirit of Play  Students, educators, leaders having fun with a game-based approach.

NOV | EdTech1000 Transforming Education  People and their teams moving education forward.

DEC | Visitors from the Future  Here are their messages for us. 


In every issue:

  • Cool Tools
  • Interviews
  • Trends
  • Guest Columns

Got ideas? Send a brief, focused email with your story idea. We encourage educators, edtech industry people, and others involved in edtech to contribute their insights. Keep in mind that our main content areas are: cool tools, interviews, trends, and guest columns. You can send in short paragraphs we may immediately publish, or you may wish to submit a guest column. Our style is pretty simple: communicate with ease. Contact us with your short pitch and we’ll get right back to you. Email: victor@edtechdigest.com


Tips on what we like to publish:

Cool Tools >> 200 words and image on a dynamic, useful tech tool to improve education

Interviews >> 1000 words with a founder/exec/educator or other edtech leader

Trends >> 200 words about a relevant report, survey or other edtech indicator

Guest Columns >> 750 words of industry or educator insight on edtech issues 


 

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