Self-paced learning tools, apps and websites
In a gig-based economy our students will find themselves working on asynchronous teams in different geographies, different times, and with different cultures. How then can we prepare them for this workflow?
We’ve looked at apps for a wide range of grade levels — from elementary school up to high school — and these are our favorite mobile apps for students.
“We developed our new EdgeProtect and EdgeProtect Plus lines to work with the inherent drop protection qualities found in the latest generation of laptops and Chromebooks,” said Al Giazzon, CEO of MAXCases.
“In today’s connected world, it’s essential that districts have 24x7 access to the data being generated on all school devices inside AND outside of the classroom."
"Equitable access for all means that every child can have a fun experience learning at school and at home with PebbleGo,” said Darin Rasmussen, VP of Digital Product Development.
If you have an iOS device or work with students who have iPads in their hands, you’ll want to check out this list of totally free classic books!
Where are all your devices, what’s on them, how are they performing, and who’s using them to do what?
Whether you’re in a 1:1, BYOD, or combo program, or somewhere on the continuum, mobile device management (MDM) software can be a CIO’s best friend.
Footsteps2Brilliance (F2B) is an impressive educational game platform that supports students in prek - 3rd grade in learning to read and write.