iTeach Lounge Hosts a LinkedIn Workshop

Earlier this semester, the iTeach Lounge hosted a LinkedIn Workshop that was open to students, faculty, and staff at USF. The session was led by Morgan Casiano and Matt Turner, two of FCIT’s staff members. The participants in the workshop were educated on the...

The Single Most Important Technology Skill for K-12 Students

Which tech skills are most important for kids to master in K-12? Is it a programming language? AI? Robotics? Data analysis tools? Presentation tools? I would argue that it’s none of these, and in fact, that it’s not a technology tool at all. Let’s review what we...

TIM Tools 6: Roles for Every Purpose

The upcoming release of version 6 of the TIM Tools will include a set of much-requested features: a complete reworking of the roles and permissions. In previous versions, a user could be designated as an administrator and/or an observer. Administrators had access to...

What Can Esports Tell Us About the Future of Schools?

Last month, ESPN magazine chose its first gamer as a cover athlete. Esports are taking their place in the world of professional sports and in K-12 education alongside other sports through the efforts of organizations like the eSports federation. Their mission is “to...

Choosing Models and Modeling Choices

The Second Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education is out this year and it includes an article by Scott McLeod entitled, “Technology Integration, Leadership, and Organizational Support Frameworks for Instructional Improvement with...
FCIT at FETC 2019

FCIT at FETC 2019

The time has come for our team to begin it’s preparations for the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC). Every year we look forward to joining thousands of individuals at FETC, to learn about the latest educational technologies, best practices and...