“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” —Alan Kay
JAN | State of EdTech The minds behind what’s now and what’s next tell it like it is—and like it will be.
FEB | Innovation Celebration Entrepreneurs, edupreneurs, teacherpreneurs and the difference they make.
MAR | Next-Level Learning Students succeeding with the right technology for progress, mastery, and advancement.
APR | The EdTech Awards The 2019 honorees: edtech’s greatest innovators, leaders, and trendsetters.
MAY | Choose Your Future Learners and leaders using technology to blaze their paths and reach their goals.
JUN | Professional Learning Technology for making competent people with mission-relevant skills.
JUL | Money, Money From crowdfunding to federal funding; dollars, deals, discounts, e-rates—and learning rates.
AUG | The Purpose of Education What is it? And what technologies align to—and fulfill—this purpose?
SEP | Digital Leadership Meet the paradigm-shifters in K-12, higher education, and workforce learning.
OCT | The Joy of Learning Technology done right that is a pleasure to use and makes learning easy, simple, and fun.
NOV | The EDTECH1000 Celebrating stellar teams building better technologies for better learning.
DEC | Visions of the Future What will teaching, learning, and education look like in 2020, 2050, and 2100?
In every issue:
- Cool Tools
- Guest Columns
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