The release of iOS 9 brought a lot of new iPad functionality as well as new settings to manage those capabilities. Here are five new settings that are definitely worth a look for educators.
Nothing spices up a school’s Halloween festivities like teachers getting into the spirit along with their students. Stand out from your colleagues and share a few laughs with students this year by trying one of these creative ideas!
The results are in for the 2016 Teachers’ Choice℠ Award (TCA) for the Classroom from Learning® magazine, and Edmentum’s foundational learning solutions, EducationCity and Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress, each won an award this year!
It’s nearly fall, which usually means another release of the operating system that powers iPhone and iPad devices—OS—which, in turn, powers many educators, students, and classrooms. Here, we'll review four notable updates that can have a big impact in the classroom.
Studies have shown that students who take hand-written notes outperform students who type their notes on a laptop or mobile device. We've put together this overview of three popular note-taking strategies for you to try in your classroom.