Donna Teuber, Team Leader for Technology Integration, Richland School District Two, SC
February 22, 2014
Are you struggling to find good apps for the classroom? With so many new options available, it's more important than ever to be thoughtful about your selection. Here are a few tips to assist your school or district team in selecting apps
Elaina Polsen, Director of Communications, Clear Creek ISD, TX
January 14, 2014
Clear Creek ISD, in Texas, has an ambitious one-to-one program and lots of community support, thanks to involved and knowledgeable family members. Here are eight tips for involving parents and the community in your technology initiatives.
Alice Barr, Instructional Technology Coordinator, Yarmouth High School, Maine
December 19, 2013
Connections with other classrooms around the world can be powerful and engaging experiences for your students. Whether you are talking to the next town or halfway around the world, students can learn so much by participating in the global conversation.
Matt Federoff, Chief Information Officer, Vail School District, AZ
September 30, 2013
Looking to leverage the incredible depth and breadth of free or inexpensive instructional content online? Planning to get rid of physical textbooks -- for economic and/or instructional reasons? Read on for tips on creating your own Open Content repository and, in the process, changing the pedagogy in your school or district.