Using tech tools to enhance project-based learning helped one teacher personalize lessons and reach all her students, regardless of knowledge gaps and multi-level abilities.
One rural district opened the world to their students using augmented and virtual reality elements to enrich core subjects and prepare them for the future.
After brainstorming ways to peer coach, two virtual charter school teachers use their affinity for distance learning tech and podcasting to reach fellow educators around the country.
One school shows that phys ed and technology don’t have to compete for student’s attention; they are shooting for the same goal.
One broadcast journalism teacher uses digital storytelling to share the world with his students, and his students with the world. In the process, he learns the stories of the students as well as their subjects.
This teacher taught students how to build and program their own game designs in tandem with computational thinking using the Sphero Bolt and littleBits Code Kit. Learn how he used these tech experiences as scaffolding for even more complex CS activities.
If you build it, they will charge…or so tech teacher, Kyle Crawford, figured when he offered maker tools and tasked his students to design and build a classroom cell phone charging station.
Technology has come a long way. Not only can schools bank on added usability and functionality with the emergence of these new tools, but they can cash in on the budget-boosting side effects of this latest breed of special effects.
Whether you are an administrator weighing benefits and costs for classroom tech, or an educator writing a grant or appealing to your district budget leaders, money matters. Here are a few ways to get the most bang for your budget buck on your projector purchase.
The world of AV tech is booming, with new trends like AR and VR reinvigorating the field with innovative ways to incorporate learning.
The world of projection tech is always on the move — and your district’s fleet of AV gear is fast approaching its expiration date. The question is no longer if they need replacement but when and how much will it cost. Don’t worry, Tech&Learning is here for you with expert advice on creating an upgrade strategy.