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The Edtech Revolution: 2010 – 2017

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These were the pressing questions of the time – a time 8-months after the release of the first iPad and 6-months before the release of the first Chromebook. Now, we know that edtech has been proven to improve test scores and overall classroom engagement. “There will be more momentum for mobile devices in classrooms with an eye toward affordable alternatives to traditional 1:1 rollouts.” However, it was the Chromebook (2011) that truly revolutionized 1:1.

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Extending Classroom Discussions with Technology

Dr. Shannon Doak

Classroom discussions are a great way to get students to think about a topic and take that thinking deeper. As a student, I always loved classroom discussions. The problem with classroom discussion. Technology to enhance and extend classroom discussions. This is where I believe technology facilitated discussions can be used by educators to take the discussions happening in the classroom further. Synth is a fantastic platform for podcasting in the classroom.

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How teachers address cell phones in class

Ask a Tech Teacher

Too often, school digital devices can’t connect, or can’t connect in the volume required to run a class. When students want to do quick research on a topic, look up a word, run a calculation, or review a concept, they can hop on a cell phone much faster than logging into a Chromebook or laptop. Fifth, students want to use digital tools. Finally, cell phones have become a small version of a computer be it a laptop, Chromebook, or iPad (especially an iPad).

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30 Examples Of Disruptions In The Classroom

TeachThought - Learn better.

30 Examples Of Disruptions In The Classroom. ” What are some examples of disruptions in the classroom, then? 30 Examples Of Disruptions In The Classroom . General insecurity or misunderstanding about how to meaningfully integrate technology in the classroom. The increasing potential to “start a business” that is entirely social and digital (which impacts the idea of a “job,” for example). New demands for digital citizenship.

How we turned around our wireless network performance and security

eSchool News

Students use smartphones and tablets in and out of the classroom, teachers put lessons and assignments online, staff use VoIP phones, and maintenance and operations need to connect their alarms and HVAC systems. In recent years, the district also added 50,000 Chromebooks to improve equity and support objectives for curriculum, digital citizenship, media literacy and state online testing. Improve the performance of Chromebooks when using web-based applications.

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Making the Call on Mobile Device Management: What Should Schools Be Asking?

EdTech Magazine

While one-to-one device programs are ramping up, thanks to affordable technologies such as Chromebooks, and shared classroom AR/VR experiences are becoming more common, schools can’t ignore the rising tide of student-owned smartphones. Bans on mobile device use in schools are rapidly falling , and school districts are starting to draft BYOD policies that manage smartphone use. MORE FROM EDTECH : How technology can improve digital citizenship in K–12.

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Making the Call on Mobile Device Management: What Should Schools Be Asking?

EdTech Magazine

While one-to-one device programs are ramping up, thanks to affordable technologies such as Chromebooks, and shared classroom AR/VR experiences are becoming more common, schools can’t ignore the rising tide of student-owned smartphones. Bans on mobile device use in schools are rapidly falling , and school districts are starting to draft BYOD policies that manage smartphone use. MORE FROM EDTECH : How technology can improve digital citizenship in K–12.

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Making the Call on Mobile Device Management: What Should Schools Be Asking?

EdTech Magazine

While one-to-one device programs are ramping up, thanks to affordable technologies such as Chromebooks, and shared classroom AR/VR experiences are becoming more common, schools can’t ignore the rising tide of student-owned smartphones. Bans on mobile device use in schools are rapidly falling , and school districts are starting to draft BYOD policies that manage smartphone use. MORE FROM EDTECH : How technology can improve digital citizenship in K–12.

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Making the Call on Mobile Device Management: What Should Schools Be Asking?

EdTech Magazine

While one-to-one device programs are ramping up, thanks to affordable technologies such as Chromebooks, and shared classroom AR/VR experiences are becoming more common, schools can’t ignore the rising tide of student-owned smartphones. Bans on mobile device use in schools are rapidly falling , and school districts are starting to draft BYOD policies that manage smartphone use. MORE FROM EDTECH : How technology can improve digital citizenship in K–12.

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Making the Call on Mobile Device Management: What Should Schools Be Asking?

EdTech Magazine

While one-to-one device programs are ramping up, thanks to affordable technologies such as Chromebooks, and shared classroom AR/VR experiences are becoming more common, schools can’t ignore the rising tide of student-owned smartphones. Bans on mobile device use in schools are rapidly falling , and school districts are starting to draft BYOD policies that manage smartphone use. MORE FROM EDTECH : How technology can improve digital citizenship in K–12.

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Making the Call on Mobile Device Management: What Should Schools Be Asking?

EdTech Magazine

While one-to-one device programs are ramping up, thanks to affordable technologies such as Chromebooks, and shared classroom AR/VR experiences are becoming more common, schools can’t ignore the rising tide of student-owned smartphones. Bans on mobile device use in schools are rapidly falling , and school districts are starting to draft BYOD policies that manage smartphone use. MORE FROM EDTECH : How technology can improve digital citizenship in K–12.

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BEST OF SHOW AT TCEA 2018

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The TravelMate Spin B1 (TMB118) convertible notebook features a 360-degree hinge that allows the device to be used in four versatile modes that facilitates all aspects of classroom learning, including Stand and Tent modes for group projects and sharing. Accessible from any computer, tablet, or smartphone, ClassLink is ideal for 1:1 and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives. TABPILOT, CHROMETOOLS ChromeTools provides essential classroom management tools for Chromebooks.

Your Essential Back to School EdTech Checklist

Fractus Learning

The start of the school year brings with it more than a few ‘gotta-do’s for a classroom teacher. In any case, reviewing this list will remind you (and your administration, tech support, teachers and others) of the needs of a highly engaging, fully functioning student-centered classroom. BYOD? This can include carts, labs, cameras, iPads, Chromebooks, you name it. In Your Classroom…. Find your digital cameras. by Karen Larson and Gene Tognetti.

A letter of support

NeverEndingSearch

In the largest classrooms in our schools, we work with teachers to develop both traditional and emerging literacies. With our classroom teacher partners, we build instruction; we build projects and assessments that focus on creativity and knowledge building using the information tools and strategies of our time. We curate new forms of digital texts. As it continues to shift, school librarians teach and model strategies for digital workflow.

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It’s About the Learning, Not the Technology … Until It Breaks

Graphite Blog

This is the second in a series of posts that examine how schools and districts are planning for and implementing digital learning efforts. Learn to define your own success in a meaningful way through data, digital citizenship, and the national PTA standards. Laptops, Tablets, and Chromebooks? Explore the increasingly diverse device landscape to help you make good decisions about devices, software, and digital content.

Is Your School "Future Ready"?

Graphite Blog

This is the first in a series of posts that examine how schools and districts are planning for and implementing digital learning efforts. By signing, school leaders committed to working with teachers, families, and community members to transition their districts to "personalized, digital learning.". And dig deeper into these important topics by joining our Essential Elements for Digital Learning edWeb community and webinar series. . Laptops, Tablets, and Chromebooks?