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The innovative learning model involves making videos for students to view at home, so class time is spent interacting.
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EdTech interviews the superintendent of Socorro Independent School District about the opportunities for K–12 technology.
EdTech interviews the director of Katy Independent School District’s technology customer services about the challenges to achieving digital equity.
EdTech interviews the superintendent of Meriden Public Schools about how to extend the learning environment.
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Connected classrooms can help track people and things digitally, experts say.
Virtual tools help students go beyond the classroom.
Built-in security features and best practices keep school printers safe.
HP’s all-in-one computer is packed with 3D tools for a modern, innovative classroom.
Software allows teachers to keep a keen eye on students while also collaborating with them.
These best practices from a New Jersey school for students with disabilities outline four ways wearable tech can head to the classroom.
Learn these controls to make the most of the popular operating system.
Tools enhance STEAM lab experiences, as well as district curricula.
Innovation and improved learning outcomes require a plan for data.
CoSN report highlights the need for a nimble partnership between curriculum and IT.
Schools must protect networks during online testing.