IT Infrastructure Battle for Whiteboard-Market Supremacy Heats Up
Companies are making moves to differentiate themselves from the pack and reinvent their products in the age of tablet computing.
IT Infrastructure Rethinking Testing in the Age of the iPad
Moving assessments onto mobile devices may open the door to quicker feedback for students and teachers as well as richer data, but integrating them into classrooms can be a challenge.
Law & Courts Districts Tackle Questions Surrounding BYOT Policy
"Bring-your-own-technology" to school efforts are prompting schools to determine how to set rules for using student-owned computing devices for learning.
IT Infrastructure Schools Seek the Right Mix of Digital Computing Devices
Educators weigh cost and effectiveness when determining the different types of digital devices they need for their 1-to-1 computing initiatives.
Student Well-Being E-Portfolios Evolve Thanks to Web 2.0 Tools
New technologies are making it quicker and easier than ever to create digital portfolios of student work, a method of assessment experts say increases student engagement.
Classroom Technology Schools Struggle to Balance Digital Innovation, Academic Accountability
Using educational technology in new and different ways to improve student learning is often at odds with standardized testing and other traditional measures of achievement.
Teaching Taking Risks and Achieving Results
A former New York City schools principal recalls the path he took to transform a struggling school into one of the best in the city.
IT Management Preventing District Data Crashes Requires Anticipation
The range and unpredictability of threats to school districts' data systems can be unnerving, making protecting them difficult.
Curriculum Calif. District Pushes Digital-Text Initiative Forward
Hundreds of teachers in the school system are now using digital devices to provide content to students through e-textbooks.
School Climate & Safety Schools Tackle Legal Twists and Turns of Cyberbullying
Experts say getting students to help support school policies to prevent cyberbullying is crucial for those measures to be effective.
School Climate & Safety State Cyberbullying Laws Range from Guidance to Mandate
At least 44 states have anti-bullying laws, but the cyberbullying aspects of those measures run the gamut from effective to window dressing to possibly unconstitutional.
Reading & Literacy Classroom-Tested Tech Tools Used to Boost Literacy
To improve reading skills, many teachers are relying on technologies they already have rather than new tools and software programs.
IT Infrastructure Educators Move Beyond the Hype Over Skype
The videoconferencing tool is being used to connect foreign language students to native speakers, hold virtual field trips, and talk with scientists and other experts.
Curriculum Web 2.0 Fuels Content Filtering Debate
In the shifting world of the connected classroom, some suggest a seismic showdown is brewing over the value of Internet filtering.