Reunite, Renew, and Thrive: Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Roadmap for Reopening School is a free, downloadable roadmap to help renew school communities through relationship-building and authentic partnerships.
Implementing data security procedures for a school or district should be a dynamic and ever-evolving process. Moreover, incorporating powerful hardware solutions, strategic infrastructure countermeasures and—above all—comprehensive faculty training are just some of the cybersecurity actions school leaders must take to deal with this insidious and highly-sophisticated assault against sensitive school data.
EdSurge set up a Zoom call with two new Zoom employees to discuss how the company views education as the key to its success.
Selecting the right device for online and virtual learning requires an understanding of not only the features and capabilities of the learning device's operating system but also an understanding of the context of learning. This report, commissioned by Intel, evaluates how the most common operating systems used in K-12 education perform for students without persistent connectivity to the internet.
The pandemic has disturbed all sectors of society and revealed its fault lines—especially in our education systems. But Covid-19 has ironically opened up radical possibilities for transforming modern learning.
During the summer of 2020, Intel commissioned the team at Clarity Innovations to evaluate how well four different Chromebooks from leading manufacturers were able to complete typical educator and student learning scenarios. Specifically, the study explores how processor performance effects educator professional development, high school content creation, and middle school design tasks.
A new report from the Alliance for Excellent Education’s Future Ready Schools initiative reveals some sobering statistics regarding the digital divide.
CoSN, ClassLink, and SETDA have collaborated to prepare an updated version of their Back to School Rubric freely available as a Google Sheet.
As with just about every industry, esports has struggled to adjust to effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the loss of revenue from in-person events (and the shift to virtual ones) many players and teams are exploring novel and creative ways to stay engaged and compete.
In homes across the country, families are finding that the latest generation Chromebooks powered by Intel® not only keep up with their new technology-based demands, but often exceed their expectations for an affordable, portable computing device.