With online testing underway in many states, we look at the hardware and software that districts are using to teach to the new standards.
The American School will now offer complete high school programs that students can take online, in addition to its paper-based courses.
The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) will host a free webinar focused on the rotational model of hybrid learning.
The new REALiS WUX500, equipped with WiFi, can also project from multiple computers wirelessly, as well as allow the projection of JPEG images without a computer.
The Lexington Institute is a public policy think tank that focuses on issues dealing with the intersection of technology and education, national security and energy.
Global PC shipments continued their decline in the first quarter of 2015, totaling 71 million units, according to a new report from Gartner. That total represents a 5.2 percent drop compared to the first quarter of 2014.
A new element to a live conferencing program will allow students in remote locations to participate in classroom activities, thanks to their ability to independently operate new remote control robotic functions.
For districts looking to get the most bang for their ed tech buck, devices that fall somewhere between tablets and traditional laptops can be just the right fit.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Digital publisher Shmoop has launched 20 new essay labs designed to help walk high school students through the writing process.
With zillions of apps in Apple's App Store and the Google Play store, how could there be an educational app that is not there? As you will read in this week’s blog post, there is an app that needs to be built — an app that we built for the Palm Pilot and PocketPC 10 years ago — that needs to be resurrected now!
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway