(ET) Magazine

VOLUME 2 ISSUE 3

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– Why Johnny Can and WILL Read By Charles Sosnik
– A New Era of Learning: The Human-Centered Design Focus By Angelo Biasi
– Our Cover Story: Over the Rainbow: Literacy is a Civil Right By LeVar Burton and Liz Brooke
– How We Helped Log Over Seven Billion Minutes of Reading – And Counting By Felix Lloyd
– AI Can Make Every Student an MVP: Here’s How—By Kiran Kodithala and Lee Lambert
– Exploring the Impact of AI in Education By Gavin Cooney
– College Education Immerses Itself in the Metaverse By Muddassir Siddiqi

(ET) Magazine

VOLUME 2 ISSUE 2

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The Rocky Relationship Between Data and Dignity By Joel Backon
– AI Literacy: The Newest 21st Century Competency By Angelo Biasi
– Codesigning the Future of Education: Reflecting on Leanlab Education’s First Decade Our Cover Story By Katie Boody Adorno
– Why Investors Have Reasons to Return to EdTech in 2024 and Beyond By Colin Gillespie
– Embracing AI: Navigating Job Evolution and Thriving in the Future Workplace By Kiran Kodithala and Lee Lambert
– Now Students Can Connect with Professionals to Test Drive a Career By ET Magazine Staff Reports
– Report: The Urgent Case for Systemic AI Literacy – Now By Angelo Biasi

(ET) Magazine

VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1

Magazine Contents

– Why EdTech Companies Need to Shift Their Thinking to Drive (Real) Change in K-12 By Doug Roberts
– Transformation Catalyst Spotlight, Featuring Ash Kaluarachchi of StartEd By Angelo Biasi
– These Guys Take Care of the Data so You Can Focus on Student Outcomes
– Inventing the Future: Top Challenges for Today & Beyond By Keith R. Kreuger
– A Conversation with Jeremy Cowdrey, CEO Discovery Education
– Looking Forward by Looking Backward By Ann Flynn
– The Marriage of Progressive Education and Technology By Jeannette Lee-Parikh
– Eight Things Educators Need to Know About AI By Glenn Kleiman
– Learning, Education, and Technology in Deep Historical Perspective by By Cornelius N. Grove, Ed.D.

(ET) Magazine

VOLUME 1 ISSUE 4

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– The Greatest Minds in the World of EdTech By Charles Sosnik
– The Purpose of Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence By Garrett Smiley
– The EdTech Problems of Tomorrow are being Solved TODAY By Angelo Biasi
– A Lightbulb Moment:The Shift from Just Learning about Science to Figuring Out Phenomena By Ted Willard
– It’s Time to Break the Myth of the “Math Person” By By Jamie Candee
– The Story Behind the World’s First Free Kid-Friendly Streaming Service By Jonathan Kendrick
– The Marriage of Progressive Education and Technology By Jeannette Lee-Parikh
– Education 2050: A Vision Guided by Kurzweil’s Prophetic Insights By John Kelly
– Web 3.0: The Future in One, Two, Three By Eric Pulier
– Simulations: A Great Method for Professional Development By Ken Spero

(ET) Magazine

VOLUME 1 ISSUE 3

Magazine Contents

– In EdTech, We are Having the Time of Our Lives By Charles Sosnik
– AI Tools in Education: Balancing Opportunities and Risks for Students By Adam Geller
– The Future of Education Technology By Angelo Biasi
– Can Technology Make Learners Smarter? By Betsy Hill
– Data: Is ‘Hands Off’ The Best Way to go for Districts? By (ET) Magazine Editorial Staff
– ESSER Funding: An Innovation Opportunity By Dr. Todd Wirt
– An English Teacher’s Reflections On Good Writing In An AI World By Alli Minch
– Designing Protection Against Ransomware and Cyber Attacks By Richard Luna
– Ensuring the Future of Technology: Replicating the Massachusetts Model of Vocational-Technical Education By David Ferreira and Chris Sinacola

(ET) Magazine

VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2

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– Beyond Curriculum (in a Post Pandemic World) By Charlie Warhaftig
– Now that We’ve Cruised Past COVID, (Let’s Stay the Course) By Kevin Dorsey, Ed.D.
– The Sky is NOT falling. The Sky is NOT falling By Scott Kinney
– (Potential Challenges) of Distance Education on Mars By Mark Wagner, Ph.D.
– AI in Education (and its Ethics) By Ray Solomon
– How EdTech is Driving the Market (and) Shaping the Future of Learning in its Wake By Jason Nordlicht
– Growth is a Mindset and Technology is at the Core By (ET) Magazine Editorial Staff
– What Future Business Needs from Schools: Bridging workforce needs to a K-12 environment By Stuart Patton
– Teaching Disruptive Technologies to Prepare Students for the Future By Jude Ross

(ET) Magazine

VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1

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– Welcome (to the Future) – From the Editor
– Inflation, Recession and Global Warfare …Degree or No Degree?
by Robert Iskander
– There’s a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea From the Top
with Charlie Warhaftig
– With AI, There is No Limit to What We Can Accomplish
By Sal Gerardo
– The Transformation of the Classroom: Crazy Today, Obvious Tomorrow
By Steve Grubbs
– The Real State of Children’s Privacy
By Claire Quinn
– Scaling Pockets of Achievement to a System of Excellence for All With Evidence Infrastructure
By Karl Rectanus
– A 360-Degree View of Data is Key to Supporting Learners: Here is Why
By James Stoffer
– Driving ROI on Your School System’s EdTech Resources in the Post-Pandemic World: Five Key Questions to Consider
By Todd Wirt

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A Message From Our Editor

“When I was asked by the publisher to do some editing on this new publication, I was flattered, and frankly, a bit surprised. After all, it is a collection of stories about the future of education. And as I write this column, I know I have significantly more years behind me than ahead of me. In fact, I dare say that many of my memories can be read about in history books. So, why did the board want an old man to edit their bouncing baby publication?

I believe it has something to do with context.

Education’s innovations are coming fast and furious now, and many believe the days of readin’ and writin’ and rithmatic are long gone, as are the days when teachers were the arbiters of what makes good learning.”

Charles Sosnik

Editor in Chief

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