Curriki's new, free online math course will aim to teach Geometry through real-world learning activities.
We can't ask teachers to use 1:1 computing devices (BYOD or school-purchased) while still giving them only pencil-and-paper curriculum and askign them to figure it out on their own. We need to give teachers new curriculum, with detailed lessons that exploit the affordances of the computing devices, if we want to see increases in student achievement.
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway
The best way to drive student achievement is to meaningfully connect with students. The best way to do that is through technology.
- By Mark A. Edwards
A Georgia K-12 school uses a specialized search and curation engine to deliver age-appropriate, Common-Core-aligned web resources to its students.
- By Bridget McCrea
New built-in desk accessory for iPads delivers always-on power capability and locked storage.
Instructure today revealed a new tool that allows users to add third-party extensions to its flagship LMS, Canvas, with a single click.
Today's students learn the way they live: in communities connected by mobile technology.
The author of<em> iPad in Education for Dummies</em> offers solid advice for unlocking the possibilities of iPads in a classroom.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
BenQ has started shipping five new projectors designed for large classrooms and lecture halls. The new M7 series includes XGA and WXGA models offering brightness ratings of 3,500 lumens or greater.
Interactive devices can inspire student collaboration--but only when coupled with inspired teaching.