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There are some major education technology trends that are disrupting the current education model. Here's the breakdown.
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There has always been at least some sort of disconnect between how things like mobile learning are taught in a classroom and how things work in the 'real world'.
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It's World Autism Day and we wanted to take a moment to showcase our favorite and downright incredible apps for children with autism.
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Students, teachers, and administrators are some of the biggest users of school printers I know of. As someone who tries to avoid printers at all costs, it's painfully obvious when I have to use one.
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Tablets have brought easy video recording to classrooms around the world. So why not turn the camera on yourself and do some self-critiquing?
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iPads and Android tablets are becoming a bigger and bigger presence in schools. Curious how it works? Get some tips on deploying tablets in the classroom.
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Are students using e-textbooks and do they actually make a difference? These 10 surprising facts might, well, surprise you!
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Schools and colleges all over the country have taken note of tablets’ potential for enhancing the educational experience and many have begun to provide them for students. If your school has stiffed you but you still want a tablet, here’s a snapshot of what the market looks like right now for academic users.
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Does it ever seem as though Apple's products seem to be the technology of choice in many classrooms, despite their higher price tags? This handy infographic takes us on a journey from a technology void classroom to one filled with tools and options for teachers to supplement their lectures in new, creative ways, and shows why and how Apple is leading the march into classrooms.
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Our schools are slowly changing to keep up with the world of technological advancement. Ten years ago it may have been rare to find a classroom stocked with computers for each student. Today, on the other hand, classrooms across the nation are equipped with laptops, iPads, interactive white boards and more.
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There's likely a new iPad getting unveiled in the very near future. Like, in the next couple of weeks kinda near future. What better time to take a step back and figure out how to actually use these devices in your cl...
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There's a new report making waves in the world of education technology. A pilot program that gave e-textbooks to 5,000 college students has turned out to have lackluster results. We now know the results of the pilot program thanks to a survey conducted this past spring.
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We're constantly hearing chatter about deploying iPads in classrooms. For good reason, as iPads represent the vast majority of tablets in the market today. However, schools can't always afford these premium devices and instead opt for lower priced Android tablets. That's exactly what the Learning Untethered project did for a 5th grade classroom during the past academic year.
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Should students be able to bring their own devices to the classroom and then use them for learning? BYOD classrooms are becoming more popular as money gets tight... but is a viable option?
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We've been trying to figure out what the classroom of the future will look like for, well, years. But it's been all discussion, analysis, and data. Lame, right? Time for a visualization!
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So you're drooling over a couple dozen iPads and think they'd be a great fit in your classroom? There's something you should consider that not many people are talking about.