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There’s a definite movement towards delivering learning on tablets and mobile phones.
Further examining educator's technological preferences and commentary.
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"... here are six surprising rules that educators, administrators, parents and students might not know about website filtering in schools."
To help you unearth the technology elite in your school, here are the top 10 signs that your teacher is a geek:...
Education publishers are planning for a future where many school books are read online or via a portable electronic device.
A team of scientists found that placing drops of semen from healthy men under a laptop connected wirelessly to the Internet kills or maims the little swimmers.
A list of useful app designed to help you increase your intelligence and brush up on old skills.
A quick SWOT analysis for Mobile Learning (mLearning), discussing its current weaknesses, potential threats, inherent strengths, and future opportunities.
Survey results indicate several specific technologies as those that we should be investing in and focusing on if we want to effectively leverage technology in...
MINNEAPOLIS - The new textbooks in Michael Engelhaupt's statistics class at Blaine High School are kind of cheap and won't last long, but he doesn't mind. After all, he wrote them.
Since 2004 I've created a website of some kind for each class, with a discussion board - a place where students can ask questions or make comments on our class any time of day or night and get a re...
Fewer than 25% of students know how to perform a "reasonably well-executed search" of web information. This inforgraphic shares a few essential Google search tips and tricks.
Online, for-profit alternative certification programs for teachers are becoming more common in Texas despite little more than anecdotal evidence of their success.
A selection of Facebook Pages providing resources and dialogue focused on education and instructional technologies.
But the new graduation requirements raise concerns about the equity of access to online learning tools and the technological costs of supporting such measures.
The web has gotten so big and so social that regular bookmarking has become practically useless.
Every college kid has a fixed gaze on a smartphone 24/7, so why not use that to your school's advantage?