What would you do if your superintendent told you “You Have permission to innovate wildly?” What’s the worst that could happen? What’s the best? And are you willing to find out?
Microsoft took the wraps off a plan Tuesday to discount Windows-based devices for United States schools. The company, along with partners Dell, Lenovo and others, is launching an education program that will cut up to $1 billion in costs on software and devices in the coming year by opening up discounts that were previously available only to high-needs institutions.
We surveyed educators around the country to get a snapshot of the key tech competencies in 2014.
Eighty percent of K-12 teachers use social media for personal or professional reasons, yet the same number worry about conflicts that may arise with their students or their parents as a result, according to a new survey from the University of Phoenix College of Education.
Our panel of experts declare which products and practices are heating up, and which are losing steam.
Students in Howard-Winneshiek Community School District in Iowa have been using online social media to engage in collaborative learning with peers around the world.
A classroom social network service developed by a former teacher is trying to break into the American education market after a successful run in South Korea.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Barco has unveiled a new base unit for its ClickShare wireless collaborative presentation system.
Glip has made its conversation platform free for students and educators to use.
NetSupport has launched a new "technology taster" program that provides free, non-expiring licenses of its classroom management suite to schools that are using Google Chrome-based devices in their 1-to-1 programs.