The Learning Library is your one-stop shop for ideas, strategies and research on the best ways to use technology for learning. You’ll find blog posts, podcasts, books, journals, courses, topic guides, webinars, and more.
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In the digital age, computational thinking (CT) is an essential skill for students and educators alike. This systematic approach to solving problems is at the foundation of not just computer science, but many other subject areas – and careers – as well.
- November 16, 2023
Educators at Bullis School encourage girls to pursue STEM careers by offering mentoring and support and by creating courses that appeal to young women like technology-based design and fashion.
- November 7, 2023
Discover activities that embrace diversity, confront bias and wield CS for social justice in this webinar presented by Allen Antoine from EPIC.
- September 5, 2023
Educator Ajayi Anwansedo explores how artistic skills can help enhance computer science competence.
- July 11, 2023
Explore how artificial intelligence can help us identify learning gaps and provide the necessary support for every student.
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To prepare students for the careers of today — and tomorrow — educators must explore and integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into K-12 classrooms.
Help learners harness the power of computing to innovate and solve problems.
ISTE resources on digital citizenship focus on creating digital citizens who can address ethical questions at the intersection of technology and humanity.