The first 50 people to register for the Campus Safety national Forum will receive a free copy of Keynote speaker Michael Dorn’s Book, Staying Alive. The book features useful strategies for staying safe in emergency situations.
Learn more about preparing special education students for Common Core using assistive technologies.
The decision to go 1:1 is just the first in a series of choices schools will have to make once devices enter the classroom. Insurance provider, Fortegra, explores three things schools must have, including a plan for how to deal with broken or stolen devices.
Many schools and K-12 AV consultants are not aware of ADA requirements for assisitve listening devices. Here’s what you need to know to become ADA compliant and a look at one type of technology that can get you there.
In the event of an emergency, it’s important to be able to reach all members of your school community. One way to do this is to take a layered approach to emergency notification using a variety of tools and technologies. Read on to see 8 options for mass notification in schools.
See how one school district worked to prevent summer learning loss through a special summer program that combined technology and personalized instruction. The reading app Lexia Learning was used to advance students’ literacy skills and reinforce what they had learned during the school year.
SMART Technologies has released the latest member of the SMART kapp family: kapp iQ, an ultra-high-definition display that allows anytime, anywhere collaboration.
Two integrators and an AV consultant share tips on how to implement interactive displays and what to cover during teacher training. The result is 7 tips any K-12 educator can use.
The tech savvy student knows this is the time to arm their tablets, smartphones and laptops for success. With the variety of apps available to students there is no excuse for walking into the classroom unprepared. End users know education doesn’t stop outside the walls of the classroom. Students today are connected 24/7 and studying […]