Technology

Meeting the Challenge of Intervention: Teachers, Technology, and the Keys to Student Success

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Chris Bolyard

Advances in instructional technology are giving educators stronger and more reliable tools to meet the growing challenge of providing effective interventions for diverse student populations. Today, we're starting a new series exploring these challenges, and how educators are leveraging technology to personalize learning and improve student outcomes.

Upcoming Changes in iOS 11 That Could Affect Your Classroom

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Scott Sterling

Apple recently held its Worldwide Developers Conference and spent time previewing the latest version of its operating system, iOS 11, which includes some interesting new features that could help students do more on their devices come fall.

4 Questions to Ask Before Adopting New Edtech

by
Scott Sterling

With so many options out there, it can be hard to perform due diligence when evaluating new classroom programs. From the simplest app to comprehensive instructional tools, here are four questions you need to ask to ensure you’re making a good pick.

4 Easy Ways to Integrate Technology in the Classroom

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Scott Sterling

Making technology a part of your classroom doesn’t have to mean expensive edtech solutions and complicated implementations. Here’s four easy ways to start incorporating every day technology into your lesson plans.

Dos and Don’ts of Social Media for Teachers

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Scott Sterling

For many teacher, social media in the classroom sounds like a minefield. But with some common sense and creativity, social networks can be a positive experience in a teacher’s professional life.

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

by
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

by
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.

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