Student Hackers Benefit Schools
Teachers, school districts and organizations all have a part to play to teach future cyberwarriors.
Add Another Dimension to the Classroom
A successful program needs a knowledgeable team, momentum and a system in place.
A Whole New World
District used innovative partnerships and VR to expand its students’ horizons.
Give Wi-Fi a Boost
These strategies can help your school’s wireless infrastructure meet its mission-critical demands.
Best of Both Worlds
Acer's Chrome OS tablet is easy to use, and offers students flexibility, speed and a long battery life.
Experts see IoT, augmented and virtual reality and student outcomes as areas that could benefit from edge computing.
Files on Lockdown
Schools can turn to endpoint protection, patch management, whitelisting to stay free of malware.
Is Your Network Vulnerable?
Both strengthen your security posture, as long as you choose the right tool for the job at hand.
The popular drone comes with controls and equipment that make flying simple.
Mix It Up
Teachers need exposure to technology and pedagogy at least 20 times to feel comfortable going forward, according to a blended and online learning expert.
Experts offer tips on how to make programs robust and successful and ‘infuse STEM thinking and culture into every classroom.’
One-to-one programs stall without robust infrastructure backing them, school experts say.
Watch and Learn
Monitoring software can prevent incursions into forbidden digital territory and help identify troubled students.
Launch into STEM Future
Science and technology classes are crucial to prepare students with the skills they will need to be a part of the next workforce generation.