Managing a K-12 classroom is a tough job. Why not let technology help? These 7 apps allows teachers to manage student devices, record grades, create seating charts, distribute assignments and more.
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The #GetTeleported event utilized Oculus Rift technology along with 4-D elements in order to transport guests and the public to locales such as Hawaii and London.
The CTO for Union County Public schools, the superintendent and an instructional technology specialist explain why they chose to go 1:1 over BYOD. The three K-12 professionals also share their biggest challenges and offer tips for success. The devices used by Union County are Lenovo X131e Chromebooks.
When shopping for a 1:1 device, look for these seven device features.
Learn how Immaculata-La Salle High School improved its iPad roll out. The school reduced prep time from 2 months to just two hours and chose a new MDM that allowed for greater device control.
Florida A&M University opened a satellite campus in Crestview Florida. Pharmacy students can now take classes via a Cisco TelePresence unit. All lectures are recorded with the Cisco TelePresence Conference Server. Also included as distance learning technology are Shure lapel microphones, two LD HDTV Flat-screen TVs, and HD Epson projector and Polycom HDX Array ceiling microphones.
See how Western Nevada College completely revolutionized its distance learning program with lecture capture and webcasting technology
We take a look at online and blended learning, a growing trend in K-12 education. Here’s what you need to know.
An online learning teacher discovers ways to keep her distance learners engaged.
A Project Eagle Grant helped St. Petersburg College begin to build up their online course offerings 15 years ago. Since then, momentum towards more innovative and effective educational models has only increased.