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This is how your infrastructure should look before your next tech rollout

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Follow these guidelines to create a technology infrastructure that support teachers and students. Most educational organizations want the classroom to change; to improve teaching and learning by leveraging technology. A robust and feature rich LMS (Learning Management System).

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How Edtech Developers Design Around ‘Screen Fatigue’

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When I think about education technology, images of engaged students in front of computers and tablets come to mind. As the director of business development at Zinc Learning Labs , a literacy company, my bread and butter is communication with educators. Among them: “blended learning.” Here are a few guidelines I’ve come up with. Learning is fun and exciting, and technology should reflect that. It’s just another tool educators can use to support learning.

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What’s New: New Tools for Schools

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ASSIST EDUCATION & APEX LEARNING ( assisteducation.com/ ) & ( www.apexlearning.com ) ASSIST Education and Apex Learning enhanced their partnership with the addition of adaptive content and digital tutorials into the ASSIST Integrated Education Management System for K-12 schools.

Will giving greater student access to smartphones improve learning?

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I have guidelines for cellphone and smartphone use, but it’s a constant struggle to keep kids engaged in lessons and off their phones. On the one hand, we know that most students bring a mini-supercomputer to school every day, a device with vast potential for learning.

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