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Lessons in Wireless for K-12 Schools

Schools should consider only WLAN solutions that address the specific needs of primary and secondary schools today.

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Transforming Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age

Empower and enable learning anywhere with mobile education solutions from Dell with Intel® Inside™. By incorporating feedback from teachers and students, we offer technology built to hold up to the demands of mobile computing while providing the performance that educators require.

Tampa Preparatory School has a Front-Row Seat to Collaborative Learning with Epson BrightLink 595Wi Finger-Touch Interactive Projectors

The new middle school classrooms at Tampa Preparatory School in Tampa, FL are bright, open spaces that are constantly changing. One day, the teacher is wirelessly presenting with an iPad® in the classroom. The next day, the desks are completely rearranged, as students gather for group activities around different projectors. Some students are interacting with a lesson projected by an ultra-short throw, touch-enabled Epson BrightLink® 595Wi interactive projector, which transforms the classroom walls into interactive spaces.

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5 Ways to Bridge the Homework Gap

Anywhere/anytime learning can’t happen when students lack reliable, high-speed connectivity. Likewise, as school and teacher communications with families are increasingly handled through on-line forms, this "homework gap," as the February report points out, is becoming a "widening chasm into which parents/guardians also fall." If you're in one of the 75 percent of districts with no strategy for providing connectivity to students at home or after school, here are five ways to tackle the challenge of delivering internet access outside the classroom.

Student Devices on the K-12 Network Infographic

Shifting to a student-centered education model requires that schools allow mobile devices for personalized learning. This also introduces new demands related to networking, security, technical support and more. To understand the new challenges, THE Journal surveyed K-12 educators and staff members on their practices related to device usage and security in their schools and districts. Here's what they report.

Schools Embrace Mobile Devices

To understand the issues K-12 faces in the midst of increased technology purchases and usage, THE Journal surveyed district and school personnel on matters related to E-rate participation, student device programs, major challenges posed by device usage, security matters and delivery of technical support, among other topics. Here’s a look at the findings.