Here are a few things I bet you didn’t know you could do with Keynote:
One of my sole pleasures in life has been pitting my wits against the spreadsheet application Excel.
As you set, up or evaluate, the Maker movement in your school or district I ask you to think about how you are bringing this movement to the entire school and curriculum
Four years ago, Dawn Kale, Director of Information Technology at Poway Unified School District outside San Diego, decided to try something new
Edmodo today announced a new partnership with Clever to provide access to fully rostered digital classrooms.
I am quite often asked to help other folks identify intriguing initiatives that might, individually and/or collectively, illuminate emerging trends and approaches in this sector:
If you're thinking of organising a conference for teachers and other educational professionals, you can learn from the best – and the worst – practice.
PowerSchool has announced a partnership with Level Data to offer its State Data Validation Suite as a fully integrated data validation tool for PowerSchool’s Student Information System (SIS).
The platform, which can be used in school or at home, features more than 60 online courses, 5,000-plus minutes of animated video, and thousands of lessons and interactive resources.
Today, the FCC opened an extended period for affected schools to access special funding breaks through the federal E-rate program.
Alma Technologies, Inc.has integrated its student information system (SIS) with Canvas by Instructure learning management system (LMS).
Remind, a K-12 communication platform that allows teachers, parents, and students to connect via their mobile devices, today announced a partnership with PBS, Quizlet and other education companies.
A thorough review shows female students with access to technology actually exceeded the scores of those without technology, but not significantly so.