Mobile Computing


Lenovo School Network Grows to 30 Schools

Lenovo and the National Academy Foundation are tripling the number of institutions involved in its Lenovo Scholar Network program.

3 Ways Mobile Technology Is Transforming Learning Spaces

To support creativity and collaborative learning with digital tools, schools are creating flexible environments that give students ownership of the space and their learning.

Squirrels Releases New Screensharing App

The new Reflector Student mobile app allows students to view real-time content from teachers and peers on their smartphones and tablets.

Prologic Debuts Mobile Access for Teams ERP

Prologic Technology Systems has launched mobility tools for its Teams enterprise resource planning platform to provide administrators and teachers access to real-time student and teacher data via mobile devices.

New York Hall of Science Debuts Noticing Tools Apps

The New York Hall of Science has released a suite of five iPad apps designed to help students learn fundamental math and science concepts through everyday explorations.

There Are No Silver Bullets in Ed Tech

Over the past 20 years, boosters of several new technologies have promised to “revolutionize education.” In this week’s post, we review the various predictions about laptops, interactive whiteboards, iPads and Chromebooks. Ah, techies and their penchant for hyperbole....

Using Visual Storytelling to Teach Common Core ELA and Math

Stacie Isenberg, the technology integration coach at Blairsville-Saltsburg School District (PA), talks about helping teachers use the Shutterfly Photo Story app to teach to a variety of standards.

Mac to School Now Offers Recertified Fourth-Generation iPads

Released in November 2014, fourth-generation iPads include a 1.4 GHz dual-core Apple Swift (Apple A6) processor, an upgrade from the 1 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 in the iPad 3.

A New Platform for Connecting the Physical and Digital Worlds

The professor who led a study of several school systems that piloted an all-in-one computer and 3D scanner talks about its potential to help teach STEM and collaboration.

Maryland District Headed Toward BYOD Programs in Every School

Slowly but steadily, a school district in southern Maryland is converting all of its 36 schools into device-friendly zones.

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