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3 ways technology should be reinventing rural education
3 ways technology should be reinventing rural education

Technology's potential seems particularly compelling for rural schools, which struggle to offer an array of learning opportunities, to transport students to a central facility, and to get the best combination…


Free software helps fuel digital instruction
Free software helps fuel digital instruction

A new software program from Promethean aims to simplify teaching with technology—regardless of what devices teachers or their students are using.


Key ways to support your district’s digital transition
Key ways to support your district’s digital transition

Planning, enlisting stakeholder support, and identifying the "why" are chief among the most important steps when it comes to moving from traditional classrooms to digital, connected classrooms. In fact, according…


How learning repositories enable personalized instruction
How learning repositories enable personalized instruction

The emergence of open educational resources and more personalized learning options for students has fueled a need for content repositories that enable teachers, students, and parents to locate effective learning…


The 6 hidden tricks for Bring-Your-Own-Device success
The 6 hidden tricks for Bring-Your-Own-Device success

By now, most districts considering the implementation of BYOD know there’s a lot more to success than apps and devices. But how can districts accurately measure how much bandwidth is…


School iPads: Not a bust—but not yet a boon
School iPads: Not a bust—but not yet a boon

High-profile mistakes have marred some classroom rollouts of iPads; here's what school leaders can learn from these missteps.


What you should know about self-paced blended learning
What you should know about self-paced blended learning

Some general research supports the move to Blended Learning, particularly self-paced Blended Learning. This research includes sources as diverse as Daniel Pink, Susan Cain and Anders Ericsson. Daniel Pink explores…


Creating systemic change? There is no app for that
Creating systemic change? There is no app for that

The rise of educational apps has impacted classrooms across the nation, but there’s one major change that apps can’t implement Today, most schools realize the critical nature of technology in…


How do two ‘connected districts’ do it?
How do two ‘connected districts’ do it?

The 95,000 students in Georgia's Fulton County Schools have different learning styles and interests, and district administrators say they believe students' learning opportunities should mirror their preferences and needs.


The Classroom of 2024: Four future hallmarks
The Classroom of 2024: Four future hallmarks

Ten years may not seem like much, but it's enough time for transformation, according to education experts who see the future of education becoming more collaborative and less restrictive. Nearly…

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