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This tablet can be laid flat to handwrite notes with a stylus in class and can be switched to laptop mode to record lectures. The Snap feature allows two apps to be open side-by-side on Surface Pro 3 so students can view research while they write a paper. Users also can store documents, videos or photos on the OneDrive cloud storage.

Year: 
2014

Used for BYOD or 1-to-1 initiatives, FileWave’s all-in-one scalable software helps IT administrators manage a growing population of mobile devices, users and content. It supports both desktop and mobile devices across Mac, Windows, iOS and Android.

Year: 
2014

Designed to handle K12 BYOD and 1-to-1 initiatives, OmnID is an identity management solution that provides single sign-on to a district’s web portal and configures to student information systems. It assigns web privileges and moves users to their appropriate location depending on rules defined by administrators.

Year: 
2014

Accessible from any device, LaunchPad is ideal for BYOD and 1-to-1 initiatives in schools. Its personalized cloud desktop gives students and teachers access to school from anywhere with any PC, Mac or Android device. LaunchPad includes a homework dropbox, calendar and other collaboration tools, and allows users to access popular education applications.

Year: 
2014

Designed specifically for education, this tablet allows teachers to supervise and control students’ devices to help keep their focus on their studies and lessons. Educators can also provide differentiated learning through the LearnPad by selecting and assigning appropriate classroom resources for each student’s skillset.

Year: 
2014

Administrators can use iPads to measure the performance of students and teachers through interactive lessons. The thousands of education-specific apps available for iPad can be used to download textbooks, play educational games and watch videos.

Year: 
2014

These laptops from Google boot up in seconds and have batteries designed to last all day. Chromebooks give students access to a world of information and educational tools through the web and the thousands of educator-approved apps, books and videos in Google Play for Education. The web-based management console allows administrators to configure and manage Chromebooks for a student, school or district.

Year: 
2014

Chromebooks and Google for Education enable schools to use the power and simplicity of the web for unlimited teaching and learning opportunities, engaging stakeholders and creating dynamic learning environments that align with district curriculum and student achievement goals. This web seminar, originally broadcast on March 19, 2014, focused on the unique benefits and features of Google for Education, and how Chromebooks can be used to improve student learning, collaboration and innovation.

Teaching and learning have been transformed by a Digital Conversion at Mooresville (N.C.) Graded School District. Creating a blended learning environment has resulted in personalized, standards-based instruction and an increase in student engagement. This web seminar, originally broadcast on January 29, 2014, featured leaders from Mooresville, who shared strategies for beginning a 1:1 blended program, how to shift instructional practices to be more student-centered, and the role effective digital resources have played.

MITCH KRUEGER
Director of Technology
Goddard USD 265
Goddard, Kansas
(5,400 students)

JANICE ARTHUR-TOWNS
IT Director
Carson City School District
Carson City, Nevada
(7,900 students)

DOUG PEARCE, Director, Technical Services
ANGELA COLUZZI, Director, Network Integration
Broward County Public Schools
Broward County, Florida (235,000 students)

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