Week of: August 20, 2007
- Social Networking Rules with Tweens and Teens
A remarkable 96% of students with online access report that they have used some form of social networking technology, according to a new study from the National School Boards Association.
- School To Use Video for Classroom Observations
Not only will classrooms at India Hook Elementary School be equipped with the latest technology tools, but parents and administrators will also be able to watch classroom activities streamed live to an observation room.
- KS District Completes District Wide Laptop Integration
Administrators of Ellis USD in Hays, KS marked the final year of their five year technology plan by passing out laptop computers to each of the 140 students enrolled at Ellis High School.
- Technology Camp for Girls
Camp Infinity, sponsored by the Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation is designed to spark girls' interest in technology and open doors to potential careers.
- Paper Batteries
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a battery prototype that looks like a piece of paper and can be bent, cut, twisted or molded into any shape.