DIGITAL EQUITY: “A MORAL IMPERATIVE”: PART 2
By Tara Smith
While stories of educators fighting for digital equity are as unique as their contexts, the common factors are determination, urgency, and creativity. Tech & Learning presents Part 2 of its three-part series on this topic.
FROM PASSIVE TO ACTIVE: CREATIVE DISPLAYS IN THE CLASSROOM
By Tara Smith
Creative new interactive technologies are energizing students and teachers with fresh opportunities for interactivity and collaboration in the classroom.
THE NEXT DIMENSION: VR & AR IN SCHOOLS
By Ellen Ullman
Virtual reality and its second-cousin-once-removed, augmented reality, are coming to schools near you. And teachers can’t say enough positive things about the experiences their students are having with this new technology.
DRONES: THESE CLASSES FLY BY
By Sascha Zuger
When it comes to tech, Bobby Brian Lewis of Huntington Middle School in Warner Robbins, Georgia, is flying high. So when drones hovered into the education scene, Lewis grabbed a controller and never looked back.
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