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.
The CIO of the Aurora, Colorado school district talks about deploying mass notification and emergency communications technology and having an emergency response plan that includes who triggers alerts and the role of AV and IT.
As mobile learning becomes increasingly popular, the role of IT director is changing. IT pros need to be familiar with tablets like the iPad, the Google Nexus and the Samsung Galaxy. They also need to know about apps that can be integrated into the classroom. It will become the job of the It department to weed through and find the best apps for education.
10 best lighting apps for iOS and Android mobile devices. From light beam calculations to general lighting reference information, this collection is tried and true.
Making the choice between mobile device management and virtualization depends on your organizations needs and goals. Application availability, bandwidth requirements and device size are just some of the factors you need to take into account when developing your BYOD solution.
The West Morris Regional High School District in New Jersey uses Gmail and Google Apps for Education to share documents, collaborate on homework assignments, create websites, video chat, instant message and more. Since the apps work with any operating system you can use them on any mobile device and in a BYOD environment.
A K-12 IT pro and a social media expert shares tips on how to use distance technologies like Web videos, videoconferencing, lecture capture and learning management systems to create alternative learning environments.
The best 17 Apple and Android Apps for Education. These apps do everything from tracking grades to virtual frog dissection.
A list of the top 28 educational products including the iPad, Samsung Galaxy Note, the Epson BrightLink interactive projector, Smart board, AMX ResQ, Creston FreeSpeech wireless mics, document cameras, Intel Studybook, Moodle learning management system, Canvas and more. These products are great for 21st century classrooms.
The top 25 wireless devices coming to the campus in 2013 and cramming the campus bandwidth. From the most popular tablets, gaming devices, phones, keyboards, netbooks, fitness trackers, pico projectors, streaming media devices, headphones, and smart cameras including the iPad, Galaxy Tab 2, Nintendo Wii and Kindle Fire HD.