By Nancy Van Elsacker Louisnord
July 19th, 2017
Imagine it’s the beginning of the school year. School staff are getting ready for students to arrive, but the summer was long. Staff has forgotten passwords, printers are suddenly not working and your service and help desks can’t process all…

By Jason Meyer
June 28th, 2017
The days of projectors only being used in classrooms to show movies or what is on the teacher’s computer screen are long gone. With the advent of interactive projectors, improved light source and connectivity options, and software tools that take…

By Lynn Meyers
August 2nd, 2017
With the advent of more device-agnostic digital classrooms, many tech-savvy teachers and schools are taking a step back and reevaluating how best to use technology to support their goals. In the new device-agnostic classroom, educators are taking the opportunity to…

By Hilary Scharton
July 12th, 2017
We all know that changes in public education move slowly, but there’s one specific educational dilemma we’ve been mired in for decades, with varying levels of rhetoric and hand-wringing: How can we maximize individual student achievement with group instruction?

By Eric Westendorf
August 9th, 2017
To date, the general model for curriculum has been the physical textbook. If a school district adopts a textbook, that became the base for curriculum. In recent years, many teachers are augmenting district-approved textbooks with texts and open educational resources,…

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