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In this follow-up post, Bob Moore offers practical advice for handling privacy and data in schools.
At a recent conference about infrastructure and end-user support, I found some interesting insights about mobile device management, BYOD, and overall mobility strategy.
Discussion forums can be used with students in a variety of ways that stimulate thinking, learning and collaboration. Here are some examples.
Overhauling education is not easy. Visionary leadership and collaborative teamwork are of primary importance if we are to move schools into the future.
Five years after his school first went one-to-one, a high school principal shares a building-level perspective on starting and maintaining a successful initiative.
Monitoring results – and costs – might be important but how often are the questions about a program’s effectiveness really an excuse for avoiding change?
A robust one-to-one initiative starts with a vision. Here are three key elements for building that mission.
Nearly a decade after launching its one-to-one program, River Dell, NJ, administrators say it just keeps getting better.
Learning can happen anywhere, but learning may happen better with the right classroom design.
Are you concerned about student privacy? CoSN's new toolkit addresses this crucial issue.
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