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TCEA Conference News

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…


Math products seek engagement with robotics, gaming

At the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) conference in Austin this month, several companies demonstrated products designed to help teach math. Two that stood out in particular were…


Two handy products to support school iPad use

At the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) conference last week, our editors were on the lookout for innovative, yet practical ed-tech products and services. Here are two such…


zSpace takes 3D learning to a whole new level

Imagine being able to learn about the human heart by picking up a still-beating heart, turning it over, peering through its outer walls, and watching the various valves…

Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA)
The Texas Computer Education Association is devoted to the use of technology in education. Founded in 1980, the organization’s primary focus is on integrating technology into the K-12 environment and providing members with state-of-the-art information through conferences, workshops, newsletters, the Internet, and collaborations with higher education and business. TCEA is affiliated with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) which provides a two-way channel of information throughout the world.

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As digital content becomes more commonplace in districts across the nation, some school leaders and educators wonder: what's involved in a digital content transition? During the 2014 National School…


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Discussions about U.S. students' ability to compete in a global economy, and their ability to use skills such as critical thinking and problem solving to succeed in college…


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Student use of Google Apps is on the rise, and Google Chromebooks have exploded in popularity within K-12 education. In response to these trends, a new niche market…


Khan Academy now Common Core aligned

During the annual CUE conference in Palm Springs, Calif., on March 22, closing keynote speaker Sal Khan announced a major expansion of his Khan Academy website that will…