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.
The photo sharing site is an easy way to share teaching ideas, help your students with research, and celebrate your successes.