Classroom Integration

Articles: Classroom Integration

Teacher Lora Sprigings’ (center) AP geography classes are part of the gradual adoption of e-textbooks by Community Unit School District 300 in the Chicago suburbs.
7/17/2014
Matt Zalaznick
Digital interactivity, multimedia and adaptability drive student engagement
Aaron Sams and Jonathan Bergmann, former educators, are considered pioneers in the flipped-class movement. They are co-authors of Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day.
6/24/2014
Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams
Collaboration is key to improving professional skills
Students at Mount Hebron Middle School in Montclair, N.J., learned basic programming to make their Finch robots dance, draw, wrestle, race and play soccer. The Finch is the white device with the glowing nose.
5/29/2014
Matt Zalaznick
School districts using range of devices for real-life demonstrations of math and science concepts
Students use their own mobile devices to work out math problems in an economics and personal finance class at Marshall High School in Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia.  (Photo: Donnie Biggs)
5/29/2014
Kylie Lacey
Technologies, policies and strategies early adopters use to transform their districts

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