Technology

Technology in the Classroom: 21 Tips, Tricks, and Ideas for Educators

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Sarah Cornelius

Whether you’re looking to spice up your current lessons, catch students’ waning attention before the next break, or start planning ahead for tactics to try next year, we want to help you put all of the strategies, resources, and inspiration circulating in the education community to full use!

Technology and Education Leadership: 6 Tips to Help Administrators Budget for Next Year

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Sarah Cornelius

Get a jumpstart on planning and make the most of your technology budget next yer with these six simple tips!

9 Best Practices for Getting Started with BYOD

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Sarah Cornelius

Bring your own device programs are becoming more and more popular among schools and districts as a way to better leverage technology and online learning without the financial commitment of a 1:1 mobile program.

[How-To Guide] Getting the Tech You Need in Your Classroom to Personalize Learning

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Madison Michell

Over the last few weeks we’ve shared best practices for how teachers can influence the technology purchasing process based on insights and real-life experiences from our own sales and services lead

Teachers’ Influence on the Edtech Purchasing Process: 3 Important Considerations to Bring to Your Administrators

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Becky Simon-Burton

You've found a perfect technology solution to support personalized learning - now, how do you convince your administrators of its value? We've put together three tips for productive conversations.

Teachers’ Influence on the Edtech Purchasing Process: 5 Features to Look for in a Personalized Learning Solution

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Winnie O'Leary

We've put together the top five features that make personalized learning technology truly effective in the classroom - and that will get the attention of administrators making the final purchasing decisions.

Edtech and Personalized Learning: How Teachers Can Influence the Purchasing Process

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Ryan Hagedorn

You’ve found the perfect technology to support personalized learning in your classroom. But, you're not the person managing the checkbook. How can teachers build their argument to get a new solution in the classroom?

Reflecting on iNACOL 2016: Creating Independent Thinkers and Fostering Problem Solvers

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Brianna Pyka

We're taking a look back at what we learned during the 2016 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium.

Bridging the Digital Divide: Strategies to Ensure Student Access to Technology at Home

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Shannon LaBree

As technology becomes more and more integral in the classroom, students without access at home face a disadvantage. Here's three strategies to help students overcome the challenge.

The Edmentum Learner Experience: Tools and Features to Engage Students

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Brianna Pyka

At Edmentum, we're focused on providing simple technology that offers students and educators an intuitive, easy-to-use, innovative, and flexible platform for learning and teaching.

[Digital Literacy] 4 Tips for Parents to Teach Kids About Responsible Technology Use

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Megan Sternke

Working with your child to understand how to use technology thoughtfully and respectfully is key to helping them take full advantage of its benefits.

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