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Finding The Right Portable Monitor for Laptop: What You Need to Know

ViewSonic Education

In a hybrid workplace where projects often extend beyond the confines of one’s office, having a portable monitor for your laptop can be a game-changer. Portable monitors typically feature HDMI or DisplayPort, but having a USB-C port is essential for seamless integration with your laptop.

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These K–12 Schools Are Using Asset-Tracking Technology To Save Money and Reduce Risk

EdTech Magazine

When Erin Ford joined Virginia’s Chesterfield County Public Schools as director of technology services, she became concerned about the way the district monitored its technology assets. “We We also inventoried adult-user laptops in an older, on-premises system.

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A New Device Could Help Students with Disabilities Navigate Technology

EdTech Magazine

A new tongue-operated device could mean K–12 students with disabilities who can’t use other types of assistive technology can still work with laptops, tablets and other classroom tools. MouthPad, a custom-fitted interface that attaches to users’ upper teeth like a retainer, functions somewhat like a trackpad.

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How Upgraded Technology Supports Teachers in the Classroom

EdTech Magazine

As a sixth grade English language arts teacher at Aldine Independent School District in Texas, I use technology from bell to bell. Our school provides many applications that I can use with my students, and I constantly share tips with other teachers in the district, encouraging them to use this technology in their own classrooms.

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Keeping Students Safe and Productive on Devices

Speaker: Aaron Webb, Jamf

With the ever-evolving classroom, technology has become omnipresent in students’ learning. It’s vital to understand the risks and know how to keep students safe while maximizing technology learning potential.

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Technology in the Classroom: The Complete Guide

ViewSonic Education

There has always been technology in the classroom, even if it hasn’t always been welcome. Take a brief look at the history of technology’s uneasy relationship with education. Continue reading to learn everything you always wanted to know about technology in the classroom. . There has always been technology in the classroom.

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These Lesser Known Educational Technologies Remain Vital to Learning

EdTech Magazine

They can then upload the lessons to the LMS, and a student who is stuck at home sick can view them and catch up using their school-issued laptop. Teachers can create dynamic, animated charts and graphics for lessons on the interactive whiteboard. Yet, digital…

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