Textbooks To Tablets: The Progression Of Classroom Technology InformationWeek SMB (blog) Technology has proven beneficial in boosting test scores and engaging students, yet its implementation can be tricky.
Note: This is the 2nd in a series of BYOT session--although this one is a webinar that was facilitated by @mray29 to 70 high school educators--
Session Description: In this practitioner-oriented session, participants will learn about instructional models that take advantage of student-owned devices, cooperative learning strategies, and are discussed in the context of successful strategies in use by other BYOT educators. Two approaches are offered as examples of how to approach teaching and learning in the BYOT-Powered Classroom.
Digital Technology and Education: A Mixed BagPatheos (blog)For quite a while now, we've been told that one of the big secrets for improving education is the Internet. If we want all students to learn, then we need to get them connected.
OMG! A student's BFF: Technology puts learning into their handsThe Saratogian“The district's started several pilot programs, trying out new technology in the classroom,” said David L'Hommedieu, assistant superintendent for information technology...
Many schools tend to follow the business trends in computing. So, what does Windows 8 mean for the corporate world. With all the talk about Apple's rise, and all the mobile computing platforms, and iOS and Android and Google net-based computing, and the burgeoning BYOD world, it is easy to forget that mainstream...
If you're short on time but looking to learn about some of the coolest and most engaging web 2.0 tools, you're in luck! From Today's Meet to Socrative, there's plenty here for a teacher on the go but in the know.
With the BYOD trend on campus growing ever stronger, an IT network analyst shares his checklist to help ensure that your campus network is ready to manage the onslaught. (Good Morning!
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