February 2024

How Classroom Technology Has Changed The Parent-Teacher Relationship

Teachers may spend their days confidently addressing a room full of squirming or distracted students. But when it comes to having a chat with parents, these same teachers may get so nervous they avoid the interactions.


Top 20 TECHNOTE Articles of 2023

As we bid farewell to the year 2023 and eagerly step into the possibilities of 2024, it’s essential to acknowledge the remarkable insight and posts of the TCEA team and our guest contributors over the past year. 


Want Students to be More Engaged? Don't Ban Cell Phones!

"We are interpreting the wrong messages from our students being on cellphones," says Jason McKenna, author of "What STEM Can Do For Your Classroom" and an edtech executive who is also a featured FETC speaker.


What are your thoughts and policies on cell phones? Share them on this Canva Whiteboard. 

5 Strategies for Bringing AI to Schools

Artificial intelligence (AI) is having a major impact on education. Whether you are excited or concerned about AI, as a school leader you have a responsibility to ensure AI is approached thoughtfully and appropriately in your school community and informs your vision for teaching and learning.


The 2024 National Educational Technology Plan is Out: Here's What You Need to Know

Released by the U.S. Department of Education for the first time since 2016, the new National Educational Technology Plan focuses on the digital access divide, digital use divide, and digital design divide.


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Oklahoma Society for Technology in Education

Donna J. Campo, Executive Director