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3 Exciting Ways to Use Augmented and Virtual Reality in the K–12 Classroom

EdTech Magazine

3 Exciting Ways to Use Augmented and Virtual Reality in the K–12 Classroom. Some teachers who have already incorporated augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) technology into their classrooms or lesson plans have seen amazing benefits in student engagement and retention.

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Asset Management Tools Help Time-Strapped K–12 IT Teams

EdTech Magazine

When you have multiple classrooms sharing different devices, you kind of expect that things will be misplaced ,” he says. MORE FROM EDTECH: See how K–12 schools use professional services after one-to-one device rollouts. Asset Management Tools Help Time-Strapped K–12 IT Teams.

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Microsoft’s Big Bett Updates: Free VR Curriculum and Using a Pencil as a Stylus

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On this note Microsoft didn’t disappoint: seven new Windows 10 devices from Acer, Dell and Lenovo that range from $189 to $300. But one of them is particularly noteworthy: the Lenovo 300e, a 2-in-1 device with a screen that students can write on with any No. Its interface resembles a mashup of Slack and Google Classroom.) Image credit: Microsoft) In addition, an update to the Teams mobile app will let teachers grade assignments from iOS and Android phones.

How Modern Learning Environments Support Numerous Pedagogies

EdTech Magazine

When Neosho Junior High School teachers and students moved into a sleek, new campus last August, they said goodbye to traditional classrooms and hello to modern learning spaces that encourage mobility, collaboration and new ways of learning. features spacious, glass-walled classrooms that open into common learning areas. Each classroom is furnished with tables on wheels and stackable chairs that allow the rooms to be easily reconfigured as activities change.

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Analysis: Is Higher Ed Ready for the Tech Expectations of the Teens of 2022?

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We’d need to consider not just what technology products students are exposed to in the classroom, but also across the rest of their lives. Those interactions look a lot different than just evaluating consumer or edtech trends in isolation. This means they know a K-12 where the promise of mobile 1:1 school computing is becoming a reality. It’s hard to make a case that there is still a separate edtech industry. percent of new mobile computing device shipments in U.S.