With their affordability and flexibility, Chromebooks have caused a sensation in today's schools. But are they being utilized to their full potential: truly serving student needs?
At the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Convention and Exposition, Steve Dembo demonstrated how to “de-zombify” professional development.
By working together through a process known as foresight gaming, or 21st century strategy simulation, educators can find creative answers to complex problems.
Enter North Carolina's Knightdale High School and see Chromebooks, 3D printers, teachers creating virtual field trips, and students rearranging maker space furniture.
In 2015, Saluda Trail Middle School in Rock Hill, South Carolina was one of 12 recipients of the Steelcase Education Active Learning Center Grant: bringing flexible mobile furniture, new technology and interactive learning tools.
The 2018 Ed-Tech Solution Planner—sponsored by SHI—helps educators and administrators to find the right learning devices for their schools and districts.
The new Digital Transformation Toolkit —sponsored by SHI—provides vital information on the essential components of digital transformation in today’s schools and districts.
The National Commission just released their 2018 report, “How Learning Happens: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development”.
After renovating their learning spaces, Hall Middle School saw distraction go way down, and engagement go way up.
Scholastic recently launched We the People, a free online tool focused on civics education and media literacy for students in grades 4–10.