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Smartphones in Education: Redirecting Distraction with Mobile Learning

ViewSonic Education

As mobile learning becomes more and more popular, so does the potential for distraction in the classroom. With so many captivating apps and games, it is easy to see how students would have a hard time putting their smartphones and other mobile devices away. Assess Learning and Stay Organized.

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Bringing STEM to Students with Mobile Technology

EdTech Magazine

The lack of access to higher-level science, technology, engineering and math classes in K–12 education shows. As of 2018, students did not have access to Algebra II lessons in a quarter of high schools that primarily serve Black and Hispanic students, according to an article in Forbes.

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On the Go: Mobile Learning Solutions for IT Teams

EdTech Magazine

Since the shift to virtual learning, K–12 IT leaders have learned to leverage technology for increased flexibility. Technologies such as asset tagging and charging carts help support students and educators, while making organization easier for IT staff. Device portability has proved key to supporting the new learning environment.

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Q&A: Speed and Storage Support Mobile Technology in K–12 Classrooms

EdTech Magazine

The pandemic, which accelerated tech use in K–12 schools, also changed how that technology is consumed. Today’s educators are using more applications to facilitate student learning in remote environments. Students are accessing more rich imagery and large video files as part of instruction.

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6 eLearning Trends in Custom eLearning Solutions

Most articles on trends discuss mobile, augmented reality, virtual reality, LMS options, apps, and authoring software. The most forward-looking articles make the case for hologram technology that will soon be available. There is no doubt that the technology available at affordable prices will be fascinating in the next 5-10 years.

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Educators See Positive Impact of Mobile Devices in K–12

EdTech Magazine

Educators See Positive Impact of Mobile Devices in K–12. A new report from national education nonprofit Project Tomorrow says adding mobile devices to the classroom provides students with equity, empowerment and a better understanding of complex concepts. Mobile Devices Encourage Further Classroom Equity. eli.zimmerman_9856.

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The Role of Assistive Technology in Promoting Inclusive Education

Ask a Tech Teacher

The Role of Assistive Technology in Promoting Inclusive Education Persons with disabilities may struggle with coordination problems, short attention spans, and limited mobility, which may or may not be obvious. Among the services they provide is guidance on assistive technology in schools. What are the drawbacks?