Mobile Computing


AVTeq Debuts 48-Device Charging Cart

AVTeq has launched the Tablet Charging Cart, a mobile cart capable of charging as many as 48 devices.

Torsh Adds Bluetooth-Compatible Version to Video Observation Platform

Torsh, a company that provides a video-based platform for teacher professional development, is improving its basic video capture tool by launching a Bluetooth-compatible version of its T Uploader iOS and Android apps.

Report: Innovating World Language Education Through Technology

Mobile apps, online platforms and other technologies are transforming world language education programs by "creating more dynamic, interactive experiences that expose students to the nuances of languages and cultures," according to a new report.

Only Truly 1-to-1 is Truly Transformative

The dominant pedagogy in classrooms today is still direct instruction, the pedagogy underlying so-called computer-based, “personalized learning” environments. But, we argue in this week’s blog that truly 1-to-1 implementations, which are only now becoming feasible, are the opportunity needed to transform classrooms and support educators in moving to an inquiry pedagogy, a pedagogy that develops students’ critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration.

Alabama District Nears Complete Rollout of 1-to-1 Program

Alexander City Schools is nearing the end of a two-year rollout of a 1-to-1 program that will eventually see a computer in the hands of each of its 3,400 students.

Chromebooks: Things we Love, Things We Love Not So Much

Reportedly some 30,000 Chromebooks come online in K-12 each day. There are positive and negative aspects to that, though, as far as we can tell, the Chromebook invasion is mostly a good thing for education.

CTL Debuts New Rugged Chromebook for Education

CTL has introduced a new Chromebook, the CTL NL6x Extra-Rugged Chromebook for Education.

DimensionU Enhances Curriculum-Based Games

DimensionU games can now be downloaded from Google Play or Amazon.

Ohio Schools Increase Chromebook Count

Almost 500 new Chromebooks have been acquired by an Ohio district specifically for use by students in grades 3-5.

Michigan District Successful in First Year of 1-to-1 Program

Nearly two years after voters in the Grand Haven (MI) Area Public Schools approved a $19-million bond issue to enhance the use of technology for its 6,200 K-12 students, every student in kindergarten through fourth grade has an iPad and every student in grade 5-12 has a Chromebook.

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