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From the latest classroom tech to organizational tips, Tech & Learning's editors and advisors share ideas that can help you make this school year a success!
Augmented Reality technology is cheaper than Virtual Reality gear, and it offers plenty of educational possibilities.
Students keep track of their own progress on standards, while I keep track of progress on a paper sheet, and update quarterly.
Screencast-O-Matic is an online screen recorder that allows teachers and students to record, trim, edit, save, and share screencasts.
To get the most out of our school gardens, students have built sensors and monitors using Raspberry Pis.
This school year I have decided to streamline the process, adding instructions, embedded video, and rubrics to the slide template students will work in.