IT leaders describe their top 5 pain points in managing iPads and other tablets--and how they are addressing the challenges.
As they put more devices in the hands of younger students, districts are calculating whether the peace of mind that comes with insurance is worth the cost.
Empowering independence in SPED learners: There’s an app for that!
- By Randall Palmer
Profiles of two Race to the Top-District winners show how they are using data to drive school reforms and personalize education.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
When it comes to technology projects, the value of an investment should be defined by its educational return, not its financial return.
- By Keith R. Krueger
The technology promises to save time and tedium, but can English papers truly be assessed without the human touch of a teacher?
- By Bridget McCrea
The dawn of the Common Core Standards has been coupled with the creation of new assessment methods. These sample questions give educators a snapshot of what the upcoming tests will llook like.
- By Kristen Swanson
More than 98% of high school classrooms have internet access, yet teachers routinely assign projects created with paper, glue, and scissors. Using these great Web 2.0 tools, even the least tech savvy teachers and students can easily produce high quality work that is meaningful.
A 1-to-1 initiative is only as good as the research, planning, and leadership behind it. The experts at Project RED detail the proven way to plan a successful program.
- By Tom Greaves, Jeanne Hayes
Today's kid-friendly computer languages, like Scratch and Alice, encourage creative expression and exploration.