In this week’s blog post, we continue with our “Learnings from Singapore, Implications for Us” theme and describe some empirical data that provocatively support the conjecture that technology can, in fact, give a leg up to children who have trouble learning.
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway
Splashtop has launched Mirror Assist and an update to Mirroring360 designed to help larger schools more easily implement and manage the screen sharing solution.
Dell has expanded its line of laptops for education with the addition of the Dell Chromebook 11, Latitude 11 Education Series laptop, as well as the new Venue 10 and Venue 10 Pro tablets and Dell Interactive Projector S510.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University are using crowd-sourced conceptual outlines to help learners get more out of educational videos.
Continuum Education and Gooru have partnered in an effort to help educators provide personalized learning for their students.
BenQ has released five new classroom display products designed to enhance learning and conserve energy.
A new online multiuser game — the first of two developed by two universities and NASA — is designed to help persuade middle and high school students to immerse themselves in science.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Students at three California districts will have access to science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics professionals through a newly adopted platform thanks to a grant.
Alachua County Public Schools has adopted a pair of online tools to help improve students' English language skills.
Districts with successful bring your own device programs share their key strategies for rolling out and managing student-owned devices in school.
- By Bridget McCrea