Frank Fedel flips his classroom using Panopto lecture capture software, a Web camera, GradeCam and iclickers. Fedel uses video lessons and interactive quizzes to present information in a way that appeals to different learning styles. His lectures are created with Universal Design for Learning principles in mind.
See 20 Holiday gifts perfect for the tech fan on your shopping list. We’ve included brand new tablets like the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 and favorites like the Nexus 7. This list also includes smartphones, an HD TV, a touch screen laptop and more.
Products from ISTE 2013 and more recent announcements for your BYOD or 1-1 classroom including the Google Nexus, Acer Iconia W5, Belkin Store and Charge, Gumdrop cases, the Amplify Tablet, NEC DisplayNote, the LearnPad, the Microsoft Surface Tablet and more.
Creating a successful 1:1 program is about more than just technology. Experts share their experiences and offer tips on things like training, creating user guidelines and financing technology initiatives.
NEC has announced two new projectors: the V311X (XGA) and the V311W (WXGA) for classrooms and small meeting rooms. Both offer 3100 lumens and power saving options.
The Eloy School District Located in rural Arizona has deployed Samsung School, an integrated classroom technology solution, through a federal School Improvement Grant. The district has reported greater levels of student engagement and higher attendance rates.
The technology director at Morningside College talks about testing Google Glass and how wearable technology could change education. She discusses the implications for computer science students, health sciences and distance learning.
Manage Mobility and Smith Micro Software have partnered on a mobile device management solution called Connection Manager. It allows school administrators to prioritize wireless networks and offer CIPA-compliant filtering. Connection Manger also alerts students when they are approaching their device’s data limits.
Jon Bergmann, a pioneer of the flipped classroom, sits down with TechDecisions to talk about founding the flipped learning movement in K-12. The advantages, disadvantages and misconceptions of a flipped classroom, tips for making effective videos, how to overcome the digital divide and more.
Sheridan College created innovative “flex classrooms” that can be used in a variety of ways and host a number of A/V systems. These rooms include NEC commercial-grade projectors, Dell computers, AverVision SPB350+ document cameras, movable teaching podiums, Extron DMP 44 LC digital matrix processors, Extron power amplifiers and Shure wireless gooseneck microphones. The network switches are Cisco.