Articles: Mobile

Alison DeNisco
Albemarle County Public Schools removed hundreds of high school lockers and replaced them with benches for students to charge mobile devices.
Of the 2,000 high school students in Albemarle County Public Schools, only 25 requested lockers last school year
Lauren Williams
Devices can be stored and charged in portable carts and lockers, and some models can also sync software
Margo Pierce
An image on the Common Sense Graphite landing page, above, illustrates how educators might search for content.
Districts must maintain security while giving teachers and students freedom to explore
Alison DeNisco
New PD apps can save districts money on travel costs by connecting them virtually with education consultants.
Some apps allow teachers to videotape themselves so they can get instant feedback from peers and mentors

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