K-12 Mobile Classroom
Mobile Technology in the K-12 Classroom

Feature Stories

  • The Best Education Apps at FETC

    Mobile learning was a cornerstone of the FETC conference in Orlando last month, and the buzz culminated with the conference's closing session: An App Shootout where ed-tech pros Gail Lovely, Hall Davidson, and Jenna Linskens shared some of their favorite apps for Apple devices, which have been compiled here along with helpful tips for getting started.

  • 2012 Charp Award Nominations Are Now Open

    Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 Sylvia Charp Award, given jointly each year by T.H.E. Journal and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), to recognize the outstanding districtwide use of innovative technology in K-12 education.


App Roundup

  • 5 New Apps to Spur STEM Learning

    A monthly showcase of the latest mobile apps for educators and students. This month's roundup features apps for science, technology, engineering, and math instruction.


Mobile Learning

  • BYOD Class Takes Their Learning to YouTube

    Even as YouTube is pushed out of most classrooms because it's deemed distracting, high school algebra teacher Vito Ferrante is committed to the idea that having his students create videos for the site can be a powerful means of engaging them in learning.



  • Brooklyn School Pilots iPads in 1-to-1 Initiative

    Yeshivah of Flatbush (YOF) will soon use iPads for everyday learning. The 1-to-1 iPad initiative will start this fall at Yeshivah's Joel Braverman High School and will expand to the YOF Elementary School after it establishes wireless access.

  • Virtual Desktop App Comes to Nook Tablets

    AlwaysOnPC, a mobile app for Android that lets users open a multi-purpose virtual desktop, is now available in the Barnes & Noble Nook Apps store for the Nook Color and Nook Tablet devices.


Professional Resources