Social media is everywhere… but the classroom? EdTech company Front Row Education, Inc. recently asked 1,000 K-8 teachers how they are using social media personally, professionally and as a communication tool with parents and students. Here are some of their key findings: Social media is not widely used to communicate with students or parents One […]
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Bridgewater State University reveals how the school had success integrating a campus mobile app into the school.
Imagine you’re taking a sky tour of a city and suddenly the rail car you’re riding in gets ripped of the tracks by Lex Luthor (yes, the archenemy of Superman). But, just as the car begins to fall from the sky, Superman swoops in and saves you. Now, imagine you’re trapped inside a mansion full […]
Educators who are looking to teach students how to be effective in the modern world must learn to embrace technology in their instruction.
Internet browsers are not just research tools to today’s student. Using only a web browser, students can interact with teacher, other students, and curriculum in so many ways.
When students in a core course aren’t doing well, it’s time for a radical change.
The release of ReadWorks’ “Article-a-Day” reading comprehension curriculum follows a pilot that led to a significant rise in reading scores.
Monarch LCS is designed to allow administrators to easily define profiles for live streamed and recorded lectures by mixing camera and presentation material from SDI and HDMI sources.
A natural evolution of class capture, streaming allows integrators to interface with the class scheduling system and send the lecture capture file to a number of places, truly duplicating the expensive distance learning systems of the 90s.
Learn the best strategy for choosing a lecture capture appliance from Francesco Scartozzi and Dan Maloney with this webinar on July 27th.