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Strategies for One-to-One Computing Success

BP_BYOD_resizedA growing number of school leaders have recognized the benefits of making sure every student has access to a digital learning device, both in the classroom and at home—but there are a number of barriers to making this happen.

With the generous support of Black Box, we’ve assembled this collection of stories and other resources to help you overcome these barriers in your schools, so a device for every student becomes reality.

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Tips for launching a one-to-one initiative

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The Clear Creek Independent School District in Texas truly puts the public in public education. I cannot think of a more profound example of this statement than what…

Beyond ‘one-to-one computing': Time for a new approach

Beyond ‘one-to-one computing': Time for a new approach

Adding a digital device to the classroom without a fundamental change in the culture of teaching and learning will not lead to significant improvement. Unless clear goals across…

How to make one-to-one computing a success

How to make one-to-one computing a success

What are the keys to success in rolling out a one-to-one computing program in schools? “Before you look for keys, you need to have a car,” tweeted Sam…

Maine laptop program offers lessons in ed-tech implementation

Maine became the first state to implement a 1-to-1 laptop program.

Nine years after it became the first state in the nation to initiate a 1-to-1 laptop program in its schools, Maine continues to innovate with technology and has…

Are computers for every student a wise investment?

A low student-to-computer ratio is a factor in boosting graduation rates, researchers say.

Daily technology use in core subject-area classes, frequent technology use in intervention courses, and a low student-to-computer ratio can play a critical role in reducing dropout rates, new…

One-to-one computing programs only as effective as their teachers

Studies show that 1:1 success depends more on teachers than on the equipment itself.

A compilation of four new studies of one-to-one computing projects in K-12 schools identifies several factors that are key to the projects’ success, including adequate planning, stakeholder buy-in,…