Technology in the Classroom
An organization that works with community colleges and their students to help them succeed will be testing the use of lecture capture to improve outcomes.
Nearly nine of 10 — 87 percent — of teachers have not incorporated social media into their classrooms, according to a new survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of the University of Phoenix.
After trying Rediker Software’s SIS at four schools last year, the Diocese of Syracuse made the decision to incorporate it all of its schools.
Optimized for iPhone and Android smartphones, Tabtor Parent Insights was created to help parents gain insights into their child’s performance and daily engagement with Tabtor Math, a tutoring program that delivers personalized teaching via iPads and Android tablets.
Chalkable has launched a new digital learning platform, Chalkable Study Center, designed to bring together information, content and other tools for personalized learning.
A national non-profit that promotes the precepts of 21st century learning in K-12 has released a set of reports that examine how to embed the 4 "Cs" into the classroom and assess the impact.
Lawton Public Schools will begin using Infinite Campus’ District Edition SIS in the summer of 2016.
Topics will include how to get funding for classroom technology, the science behind technology’s positive effects on learning, practical tips for improving engagement and collaboration, and facilitating real-time assessment.
NEC Display Solutions of America has introduced two new short-throw projectors designed to allow more collaboration among users.
Darby High School in Darby, MT, has begun the new school year with a new digital music lab designed to teach students, beginning in the eighth grade, to be music producers.
Sycamore Education has added more features to its student information system designed to improve integrate with Google Apps for Education.
How do scientists at ground control know when something flying through outer space that fast reaches its target? It phones home, of course!
Cumberland County Schools is expanding its "Global Communications Network," an initiative that allows students to virtually enroll in Advanced Placement, honors and credit recovery courses.
The International Association for K-12 Online Learning will host a free Teacher Talk Webinar next month designed to examine the use of Google Apps for Education in personalized learning.
The survey, which was conducted online this spring by Harris Interactive on behalf of the Future of Privacy Forum, included 1,002 parents in the United States with children 17 and under.
A new partnership between the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School and the Community College of Beaver County allows high school students to experience college-level courses and earn college credits.
The vast majority of parents welcome adaptive digital learning as part of their children's classroom learning experience, according to a survey from McGraw-Hill Education.
Engage your students in the study of urban wildlife instead, and open their eyes up to observing the world around them.
Fabulous way for kids to get skills and share their projects digitally.
Learn how to program a Tetris®-style block drop game!