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PA District Supports Elementary AR/VR Program with 60 iPads

A Pennsylvania school district is ramping up its device and software inventory. The school board for West Jefferson Hills School District recently approved numerous technology acquisitions, including the lease of Chromebooks and purchase of iPads.

Pathway to a Successful K-12 Technology Implementation

Here’s how one school district made sure that our $18 million digital classroom refresh project produced high adoption levels while supporting instruction.

Soundtrap and Listenwise Partner for Podcast Professional Development

Soundtrap and Listenwise are collaborating to make it easier for teachers to help students create podcasts.

5 Tools for Technology Transformation in Schools

A new report from CoSN explores five ways that technology has the ability to accelerate K-12 innovation.

Microsoft Adds New Features to Minecraft, PowerPoint, Whiteboard

Microsoft is making changes to its education apps to enable more interactive learning experiences.

Education Helping to Drive Massive Surge in AR & VR

Augmented and virtual reality will see explosive growth in the next five years, driving in large part by education — both K–12 and post-secondary.

AR/VR Classroom Kits Coming to K–12

Two education companies are teaming up to deliver virtual reality and augmented reality kits to K-12.

Epson Intros Interactive Laser Projectors for Classrooms

Epson today unveiled two new ultra-short-throw models in its BrightLink line of projectors, both using a “virtually maintenance-free” laser light source.

New VR System Previewed for Ed

"Project Chimera," as it's called, allows remote students to sit in on classes in real time, watching live streams of lectures and interacting with each other, as well as the teacher and the on-site students.

Labster Heading into Danish High Schools

A company that produces virtual laboratory simulations for education has struck a deal with the Danish Ministry of Education to provide its schools with access to its programs. Beginning this month, students in lower secondary (grades 8-10) and upper secondary grades will have access to STEM-focused simulations from Labster, which has its headquarters in Denmark.

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