As more school districts consider 1:1 initiatives, they are faced with the decision of which device to roll out. Chromebooks and iPads are two popular choices, but instead of choosing between them, some innovative school districts are deploying both.
With the help of browser-based software, students in BYOD districts can be on the same page even if they have different devices.
How will sequestration really affect education? Not in the ways you might think.
With new programs and standards emerging, digital badges are helping students prove what they've learned in--and outside--school.
- By John K. Waters
As schools shift to mobile device usage and new forms of technology-inspired instruction, such as flipping the classroom, special ed is adopting mainstream approaches for its assistive technologies.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Keeping students attentive in the 21st century classroom is no easy feat. Here are 7 video ideas sure to resonate with students.
Check out these four must-have apps to help you and your students utilize mobile technologies to get organized in the classroom.
- By Michelle Cheasty
A fifth-grade teacher uses her smart board to teach multiple subjects and, despite the occasional power outage, finds that it engages her students in ways a chalkboard never could.
- By Bridget McCrea
Check out these apps--from popular to obscure--that are helping the iPad realize its potential as a collaborative device in the classroom.
Solar power can save schools money and give students a valuable educational experience.