technology

One-to-one: Make it meaningful

Many one-to-one initiatives fail to meet their objective, unless the objective is merely to give students technology and hope that they will figure it out from there.

The future is here: New ed tech targets the brain

New products target memory, attention levels and brain's plasticity

Saving money with refurbished technology

CIOs should make sure refurbished devices are compatible with school software and have sufficient memory

Preparing for Large Scale Tech Rollouts

BYOD and 1-to-1 projects are growing in popularity exponentially. District Administration spoke with administrators from four districts around the country about the key considerations before beginning a BYOD or 1-to-1 project, and the steps necessary for a successful implementation, including meeting bandwidth requirements and best practices around professional development.

Product Focus: Interaction made simple with projectors

A guide to one segment of education technology

Product Focus on interactive projectors: 3LCD vs. DLP

3LCD and DLP vary in the chips that use the projector’s light source to reflect and display an image or video

Conditions for building a technology learning plan

Tips including empowering leaders, sharing a vision and providing technical support

Teacher’s start-up fills digital literacy gap for students with autism

Autism Expressed was developed by a high school special education teacher in Philadelphia

Noteworthy Books: "Hire Better Teachers Now" and other reading picks for district leaders

Recommended reading includes books on the levers that improve learning and creating student-engaged assessment systems

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