Education news, analysis, and opinion about using technology in schools for teaching and learning.
Technology in Education: An Overview
From blended learning to computerized testing, digital and online technologies are reshaping the classroom experience for students.
- Classroom Technology K-12 Essentials Forum Tech Is Everywhere. But Is It Making Schools Better?Join us for a lively discussion about the ways that technology is being used to improve schools and how it is falling short.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Revolutionize student success! Don't miss our expert-led webinar demonstrating practical ways AI tools will elevate learning experiences.Classroom Technology Can AI Tutor Students? Why It’s Unlikely to Take Over the Job EntirelyTutoring hinges on a strong, sustained relationship. AI bots don't possess that level of empathy or continuity yet.Classroom Technology Opinion AI Isn't Going Anywhere. Ideas for How Educators Can Make It Work for ThemThe inevitability of AI requires that we teach students how to use it responsibly. If we don't, we all lose.Classroom Technology What ChatGPT Could Mean for TutoringAI tools could help personalize tutoring plans, analyze coaching sessions, and potentially even take over as tutor. But is that a good idea?Classroom Technology Letter to the Editor ChatGPT and AI Are Reshaping EducationIf students are using artificial intelligence to cheat, educators should take issue with the assignments, not AI, says this letter.Classroom Technology How Schools Can Harness AI for Learning: Advice From the Khan AcademyThe chief learning officer for the Khan Academy outlines how schools can use AI in smart, ethical ways.Classroom Technology Education Dept.: Teachers Must Be Central to Unlocking How AI Can Improve LearningEducators should understand the limitations of artificial intelligence and be empowered to decide when to disregard its conclusions.Classroom Technology New York City Does About-Face on ChatGPT in SchoolsInstead of an outright ban on ChatGPT, New York City teachers will be encouraged to help students better understand the technology.Classroom Technology 'Day of AI' Spurs Classroom Discussions on Societal Impacts of Artificial IntelligenceThe White House's 'Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights' anchors K-12 curricular materials from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Classroom Technology Digital Games Beat Out Lectures When It Comes to Student LearningStudents can learn more from digital games than traditional teaching approaches, according to German researchers.Classroom Technology Students and Parents Are Bullish on AI's Potential for EducationStudents are much more likely to have used ChatGPT than their parents, new survey finds.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Join online learning experts as they weigh in on how school leaders can implement alternative education options that students and families want.Classroom Technology Quiz Quiz Yourself: How Much Do You Know About Tech-Use in Schools?Answer 7 questions about tech-use in schools.Classroom Technology Opinion How to Prepare Kids Now for a Workplace With ChatGPTAI will change the way humans work, but it’s possible to boost the capabilities that can’t be replaced.