A new era in mobile devices is dawning: Acer has announced the $99 Android 7-inch tablet. Is BYOD still relevant?
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway
Adaptive Curriculum has launched the first four in a series of Windows 8 apps that provide interactive lessons in math and science for middle and high school students.
Two years ago, Oregon became the nation's first statewide Google Docs adopter, and Crook County High School jumped on board. What started as a new e-mail system quickly evolved into a full-blown Google products rollout.
With so much information accessible on the internet, organizing all of it into a manageable and usable form has been up to individual users, until now.
A variety of cloud resources can help teachers who have (or are planning to) reverse the traditional learning sequence.
Today’s librarians have to know things like responsible use policies and how to guide students in the effective use of the internet for research. For schools trying to incorporate technology into the curriculum these educators are key, because they speak the language of technology and education.
Eastern Maryland Elementary School's new computer lab features tables and flooring designed to foster collaborative learning.
Visual Literacy proponent Lynell Burmark explains why the use of images is so important in the classroom and how it can help teachers meet the challenges of getting through the curriculum and engaging students in skills and content they'll actually remember and apply after the test.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
A California teacher discovers an effective tool for teaching English.
A new online math practice program aims to help elementary school students develop and improve their math skills.