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special-education News

Four special-education innovations from ISTE

A software program that can boost the memory and attention of students with disabilities, called the “most innovative medical advancement of 2012” by the National Institutes of Health,…

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7 ed-tech summer workshops worth exploring

School may last a little longer for some districts than others, depending on how many snow days some parts of the country experienced. But as schools close for the…

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How web-based journalism reveals Common Core’s relevance

In order to give students purpose to engage deeply in the Common Core, District 21 in Wheeling, Ill. has partnered with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a…

new-mobile-devices News

New mobile devices for schools shown at ISTE

School leaders now have more choices than ever when rolling out mobile devices for learning, and several of the latest devices for schools were on display at the…

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The best tweets from ISTE 2014

Last month, the 2014 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Atlanta surpassed expectations. With over 16,000 in attendance - the highest yet for ISTE -…

ISTE News

Fifty from ISTE: 50 new ed-tech services

This year’s conference from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) was the biggest yet, with nearly 20,000 people convening in Atlanta June 28 to July 1.…

flipped-research News

Flipped learning skyrockets across the nation

Though no learning model is perfect, flipped learning offers educators and students one way to boost engagement and make learning much more interesting and organic. And as more research…

gaming-education Resource

5 gaming dynamics that truly engage students

Gaming. It’s more than a buzzword in today’s schools, but it still sometimes carries a stigma--is gaming really an effective way for students to learn? The answer, according to…

classroom-curriculum News

What will the classroom and curriculum of the future look like?

It's an interesting question: What will something look like or be able to do 5, 10, or 20 years down the road? Classrooms and curriculum are no different.…

ETT-iPad Resource

5 critical iPad mistakes to avoid

Tablets, including iPads, are all the rage in today's classrooms. But how many iPad initiatives fail due to common mistakes that could be avoided with proper planning? During a…

AV News

Ten new AV products worth noting

We’ve already described some of the key AV trends to emerge from InfoComm 2014, North America’s largest AV trade show. Now, here are 10 AV products on display…

infocomm News

Four key AV trends from InfoComm 2014

As we noted earlier, collaboration was a key theme at this year’s InfoComm, and so was the introduction of more flexible and creative digital signage. Here are four…

ISTE-conference News

Nation’s largest ed-tech conference set to begin

ISTE 2014, the nation’s largest ed-tech conference, is about to begin in Atlanta—and eSchool Media will be there, bringing you live coverage throughout the event.…

digital-signage News

Sign of the times? Digital signage gets creative

At InfoComm 2014, North America’s largest audio-visual trade show, there were several innovations in digital signage on display—and many of these new products could make it easier for… 101UsedCars.com - used cars for sale in The US | lån uten sikkerhet | News app for busy people News360. App4smart.

collaboration News

New AV products enhance collaboration

Enhancing collaboration was a key theme at InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas last week, as conference exhibitors demonstrated several audio-visual products designed to help students, educators, and other…


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TCEA

Seven new ed-tech tools to know about »

In just the last month, Austin has hosted two major education conferences: the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) conference and the South by Southwest Education conference (SXSWedu). Here...

ALAS Conference InformationALAS 2013: Ten years of success

ALAS 2013: Ten years of success »

The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS) celebrates its tenth Annual ALAS Education Summit Oct. 16-19 in Denver. Assistant Secretary of Education, Deb Delisle, will be the...

Building Learning Communities

How web-based journalism reveals Common Core’s relevance »

In order to give students purpose to engage deeply in the Common Core, District 21 in Wheeling, Ill. has partnered with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a...

CUE Conference Information

CUE exhibitors show new ed-tech innovations »

At the annual CUE conference in Palm Springs, Calif., earlier this month, dozens of ed-tech companies showed their latest products for educators—including a new interactive computer game for...

AASA Conference Information

How K-12 leaders can cope with a ‘stunning’ power shift »

Technology is transferring power from institutions to individuals—and this shift has huge implications for K-12 leaders, says Nicco Mele, a faculty member at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.


ASCD Conference Information

New ed-tech products target Common Core readiness »

At the 69th annual ASCD conference in Los Angeles, preparing for the Common Core was a common theme. In the conference exhibit hall, a number of companies showed...


Infocomm

Ten new AV products worth noting »

We’ve already described some of the key AV trends to emerge from InfoComm 2014, North America’s largest AV trade show. Now, here are 10 AV products on display...


ISTE

Four special-education innovations from ISTE »

A software program that can boost the memory and attention of students with disabilities, called the “most innovative medical advancement of 2012” by the National Institutes of Health,...


NSBA T+L

Mobile 101: Know before you go »

In the Township High School District 214 in Illinois, mobile technology use is expanding each year through a series of pilots proposed and supported by classroom teachers. The district...


COSN

How to dispute one-to-one, mobile learning criticisms »

Ed-tech initiatives will always have critics. But administrators can take action and leverage resources to ensure that their one-to-one and mobile learning initiatives are implemented carefully and successfully.


FETC

FETC 2014: 5 ways to find better apps »

There’s a growing movement among educators to go beyond naming “cool” apps; a backlash against the often-overwhelming lists of ‘100 Greatest Education Apps Ever!’ Instead, educators want apps...