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Intel has developed a series of battery tests that simulate a classroom setting to ensure our tablet stays charged the full school day.
We use tablets at home all the time to learn. Why can't we use them more in school, too?
Tech innovation in the classroom must start early to prepare students not just for the working world but also the evolving college experience, says the dean of USC's Rossier School of Education.
Amplify STEM games work to strengthen students' skills in these two crucial areas of math, in a fun way.
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Here are ways to help students develop healthy tech habits and become responsible digital citizens.
Author Andrew K. Przybylski, Phd., conducted a study that looked at how different amounts of gameplay impact gamers.
The Commissioner's office will spend the next couple months touring the state in a series of meetings and workshops with community members, schools and parents to learn about what needs to be changed.
CTOs and directors of technology share the lessons they've learned in rolling out devices to every student and teacher.
The use of technology in education is becoming increasingly popular as educators discover all the various benefits that come with different resources.
Edtech companies are continuing to try to solve the problem of underprepared students, and research has shown high levels of engagement when students use tech.
Classroom tech such as tablets and wireless internet access offer exciting opportunities to enhance and deepen learning. Here are ways to keep the focus on learning, and away from distraction.
This infographic takes a look at how technology is revitalizing how musicians compose, record, perform, and distribute music – both in and out of the classroom.
Understanding what students are learning, and knowing what works and what doesn't, are essential strategies to promoting a strong STEM education.
Motivating your students isn’t always easy. But when you break down the concept into intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, the conversation can get interesting.