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Educators at Guilford County Schools say they're eager to use the tablets to help personalize instruction and manage their classrooms this year.
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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Consider the impact if, rather than focusing on new tools, we explored the skills students need to learn and then incorporated the most effective digital resources to accomplish those objectives.
A new generation of educational games is harnessing students’ love of video games and turning them into voracious learners — without them even realizing it.
After edSurge opened nominations for an ed tech contest, they saw some interesting trends around which states and countries were submitting.
"BYOD" has increased in a number of school systems as educators look for ways to embrace the digital world.
Through project-based learning (PBL), students achieve a deeper understanding of lessons as they investigate and attempt to solve real-world problems.
Using data with students encompasses classroom practices that build students’ capacity to access, analyze, and use data effectively to reflect, set goals, and document growth.
Portable devices and wireless networks let schools push boundaries of where, when and how students learn.
Now that technology has put classrooms on the path to transformed learning, what’s in store?
New classroom tech tools don’t just change the delivery of the same material, they’re kicking off an array of changes to how students engage with learning.
The days of newsletters being buried in students' backpacks are going by the wayside as schools look for digital ways to keep parents informed and engaged.