Have you ever wondered what happens to schools that win grants and are instant recipients of a roomful of tech?
The districts in this story have practiced what we at Tech & Learning preach: You can’t start your 1:1 program with the device!
Teachers in 43 states and DC are trying to figure out how to teach the Common Core State Standards in math and English language arts (ELA).
Whether you’re in a 1:1, BYOD, or combo program, or somewhere on the continuum, mobile device management (MDM) software can be a CIO’s best friend.
One of this year’s themes forConnected Educators Month isblended learning, and it’s not hardto understand why.
Just as teachers and parentswant students to keep learning,administrators want teachers to keepimproving.
Nothing evokes as much fear ina teacher’s mind as the thoughtof his or her principal or otheradministrator popping in on arandom Tuesday morning andsaying, “Hi! I’m here to observeyou.
Four different schools share how they usevarious forms of assistive technology to helpstudents with disabilities perform tasks morereadily and become more independent.
Teachers who reach out to schools around the world to do global collaborativeprojects know it’s a perfect way to dive into the Common Core curriculumor just to connect students to the real world.
Time and again, research shows us that the single most important factor in improving a child’s education is the quality of his or her teacher.
Time and again, research shows us that the single most important factor in improvinga child’s education is the quality of his or her teacher.
If you’re like the majority of SchoolCIO readers, you’re probably well beyond asking if it’s time to go 1:1 because you know it is.