Alarm Lock, a division of Napco Security Technologies, introduces “an easy, economical COVID-19 solution to quickly convert multistall restrooms to single occupancy, to create social distancing and help avoid spread of the virus,” according to an announcement from the company. The new wireless Trilogy Privacy Standalone Pushbutton PIN Locks solution is geared toward college campuses and K-12 schools as […]
Amherst County, Virginia schools are replacing their doors to enhance classroom security. Six elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, and an education center will replace the doors by spring, reports ABC 13. Window panes in the old doors, many of which date back to the 1950s, could be easily pushed out by someone […]
ELMO USA, a manufacturer of visual presenters and corresponding education technology, announces the newest addition to the ELMO MA-1 and MO-2 STEM-CAM visual presenters for K-12 classrooms. As schools across the country are moving to STEM and STEAM-based curriculums, classroom technology must tangentially evolve to meet the growing demands of those programs, according to a […]
Education Technology Insights: Study Says 4 out of 5 Educators & Parents Believe Tech Helps Kids Learn
Four out of five educators and 86% of parents think classroom technology, such as laptops, video content, and STEM products, are a crucial part of education. These education technology insights come from a new Consumer Technology Association (CTA) study, which included responses from parents and educators of children in preschool through 12th grade. “A growing number […]
Learning happens at the crossroads of the right technology and the right atmosphere. Here is our list of must-have k-12 education technology standards for creating optimal learning environments. Projectors Projectors and interactive display boards make it easier for teachers and students to collaborate and contribute to discussions. Wireless collaboration allows all parties to work together […]
An ICT director shares how using technology that’s universal across classrooms and devices enriches students’ and teachers’ experience.
Verizon recently announced that it is waiving a spam-blocking fee that would have shut down a free texting service users in the K-12 fields typically take advantage of.
With over 24,000 students enrolled in the Vancouver, Washington K-12 School District, keeping classrooms outfitted with current generation technology can be a costly process for Steve Bratt, Director for Technology Infrastructure and Operations.
BenQ Short-Throw Interactive Projectors Helps At-Risk Youth at New Horizons in Texas Thrive and Succeed
Research shows that virtual reality is becoming more prevalent in how students learn and stay engaged in the classroom.