Disruption in Our Learning Cultures Develops Families as Learning Partners
Ymasumac Marañón Davis is an educational consultant, intuitive life coach and author. This blog is the fourth in a series around access. All thoughts are her own. Today, technology is a bullet train rapidly transforming every sector in society. Disruption is evident in companies like Airbnb and Lyft that have completely rearranged how we vacation […]
With E-rate, It’s Sometimes Helpful to Go Back to the Basics
Since 1997, E-rate has evolved to respond to a world of limitless digital content and opportunities for personalized learning. In fact, E-rate has affected millions of students across the country.
The Time Is Now—Capture Your Share of E-rate Funding
A new eSchool News special report describes how K-12 schools and libraries can use E-rate to help build a network infrastructure that will position them for ed-tech success.
Cisco, E-rate, and the Digital Journey in K-12
New and emerging technologies are fueling exciting innovation in education, and students are embracing new ways of learning. Funding support from the E-rate program helps make technology investments more affordable.
Equity and Access: How to Bring All Voices at the Table
Ymasumac Marañón Davis is an educational consultant, intuitive life coach and author. This blog is the second in a series around access. All thoughts are her own. Recently, a local school asked me to assess their climate in preparation for implementing new professional development methods that would have profound impact on the pedagogy they employ. […]
How Your Network Just Became the Smartest Student in the Class
The Network. Intuitive. and a new era in programmable networking leverages machine learning and analytics to deliver a new level of intelligence. What does this mean for the future of Digital Education?
CyberPatriot Prepares Students to Protect the Digitized World
Students arrive in Baltimore, Md., wearing embroidered jackets with logos and names stitched in bright colors on their sleeves. They’re members of different teams, but not sports teams. They’re together to compete in CyberPatriot’s National Youth Cyber Competition, the largest middle school and high school cyber defense competition in the United States.