itslearning Introduces New White Paper on Improving Teacher Efficacy


To help districts find new ways to create efficiencies across all of their systems, itslearning has published a new white paper, “Using Curriculum-Driven Technology to Support Teachers: A K-12 guide to improving teacher efficiency and student outcomes by providing curriculum-driven technology.”

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Lexia Releases White Paper on How Teachers Can Ensure Equity in Literacy Education


Dr. Suzanne Carreker, the principal educational content lead at Lexia Learning, a Rosetta Stone® (NYSE: RST) company has authored a new white paper that provides insights into how literacy educators can build their capacity as well as their confidence in ensuring an equitable literacy education.

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Intelitek Releases White Paper on Changing Education Systems to Prepare Students for the Demands of Modern Society and the Industrial Workspace


That is the main assertion of a new white paper released by Intelitek. and its effect on education,” the paper explains how and why education paradigms must shift in order to align with future careers and jobs. The paper outlines the Education 4.0 DERRY, N.H.

Technology and the Classroom—The Users’ Perspective


New research from NewBay’s AV Technology and Tech & Learning magazines—from a poll of more than 200 users of educational technology in K–12 and higher education—shows how technology leads to increased engagement and more use of online resources, thereby improving educational outcomes.

Installing Network Infrastructure for Mobile-First Learning


This shift—from “one-size-fits-all” to differentiated instruction based on student strengths and to personalized learning where students take responsibility for directing their own learning—is driving many leading districts to a new “mobile-first” technology strategy.

How to Win K-12 Technology Grants – Strategies for Success


Techlearning Resources White PapersAs traditional sources of funding decrease, securing grants is a reasonable supplement to established funding although competition can be stiff. You can improve the odds of winning grants with these successful strategies and best practices.

Unified Technology to Revolutionize Classrooms


Unified Technology to Revolutionize Classrooms Today’s K-12 educators are leveraging technology to inspire and engage students every day. As technology rapidly evolves, it continues to change the way. Techlearning Resources White Papers

K-12 Going Places A Clear Direction for the Digital Classroom


K-12 Going Places A Clear Direction for the Digital Classroom For school districts that began weaving Wi-Fi technology into their teaching and learning fabric, many are finding it’s time to move beyo. Techlearning Resources White Papers

5 Best Practices for Choosing the Right Operating System for Your District


Best Practices for Choosing the Right District OS What are the best ways for district technology leaders to balance their investments in legacy systems with new demands for expanded access and improv. Techlearning Resources White Papers

A Guide to Selecting the Best Digital Reading Solution for Your District


Today, schools are moving from paper to digital reading solutions. Various factors explain the shift, including technology’s ability to promote individualized learning and the need districts have to leverage technology investments. Click here to download the full white paper.

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Key Considerations for Buying a K-12 Classroom Projector in 2015


This new white paper will help K-12 schools and districts understand how their classroom projector choice can accommodate the explosion of mobile devices in the classroom, the new multimedia curriculums, and the cost-effective availability of new, safer, and longer-lasting projection technology. Techlearning Resources White Papers

Strengthen Your Digital District Infrastructure


Strengthen Your Digital District Infrastructure Sponsored by Lenovo and Intel Lenovo builds technology products for the specific needs of education. Techlearning Resources White PapersRugged devices that reliably perform, whenever a.

Best Practices in K-12 Cabling Strategies


Best Practices in K-12 Cabling Strategies Whether you realize it or not, classroom gear such as Gigabit Wi-Fi, VoIP phones, IP-enabled systems or new Power-over Ethernet technologies are all substant. Techlearning Resources White Papers

How to Extract More Value from Your PC Investments


Brought to you by: Educators need state-of-the-art PC technology to keep up with demanding computer-based assessments and advanced educational programs, but if you simply discard those older machines. Techlearning Resources White Papers

How Wayne Township Future-Proofed PC Investment


Brought to you by: Investing in PC infrastructure without a long-term technology plan is the kind of costly gamble that can come back to haunt IT decision makers for years to come. Techlearning Resources White Papers MSD of Wayne Towns.

Wi-Fi Woes: How Mediocre Wi-Fi Interferes with Instruction


Wi-Fi Woes: How Mediocre Wi-Fi Interferes with Instruction The results explored in this market research paper send a strong message to school district technology leaders—you need world-class Wi-Fi to. Techlearning Resources White Papers

Powered for Learning


Powered for Learning How to Solve K-12’s New Mobility Power Requirements There’s no doubt that technology offers today’s students opportunities to learn new things in new ways and that learning is op. Techlearning Resources White Papers

Technology Makes or Breaks Esports Programs

EdTech Magazine

Technology Makes or Breaks Esports Programs. In competitive gaming, milliseconds matter , and the technology supporting students can make or break an esports venture. DOWNLOAD: Get CDW’s white paper “A Modern Learning Environment.”.

Educator Micro-credentials are Grounded in Research

Digital Promise

Accessed and awarded online, micro-credentials leverage an online technology platform to provide educators competency-based, on-demand, personalized, and shareable opportunities to demonstrate and be recognized for their professional learning.

How Technology Is Harming Your Child’s Development … Or Is It?


There are a wide variety of factors and silver linings accompanying this issue; thus, we have compiled the pros and cons of the top online activities (across various age groups) in the table below: Taken from Securly’s Managing Screen Time: The Student’s Perspective white paper.

Empathy, Technology, and How to Reduce School Suspensions by 50%


Technology can do a lot of things in the classroom, but can it help educators be more empathetic towards their students? He currently researches this interest in the context of education and criminal justice, and recently completed a white paper hypothesizing that an empathetic mindset will eliminate school suspensions. And is empathy something that can be taught through technology, or does it rely on that in-person element?

Learn how school districts gain spending transparency and boost morale

eSchool News

Download this free white paper and learn school districts that replace old systems with automated technology gain transparency into spending and boost morale.

What Educators Need to Know About Technology Addiction

Graphite Blog

It's enough to make you wonder: Are my students addicted to technology? Look around, and it's easy to see how media and technology have changed our day-to-day lives, even compared to a decade ago. To find answers to these questions -- and, more importantly, to help support a healthy digital lifestyle -- Common Sense examines the latest scientific research about problematic media use in our new report, Technology Addiction: Concern, Controversy, and Finding Balance.

Wave 2 11ac: What You Should Know About the Newest Wi-Fi Standard

eSchool News

This Xirrus white paper provides an overview of the latest Wi-Fi technology – 802.11ac Wave 2 – and its potential impact on wireless networks.

AI Curriculum Is Coming for K-12 At Last. What Will It Include?


Members of the “ AI for K-12 ” work group wrote in a recent Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence white paper that “unlike the general subject of computing, when it comes to AI, there is little guidance for teaching at the K-12 level.” Among other advances, ISTE and AI4All are developing separate curricula with support from General Motors and Google, respectively, according to the white paper. The AI for K-12 white paper lists five core concepts.

What Educators Need to Know About Technology Addiction

Graphite Blog

It's enough to make you wonder: Are my students addicted to technology? Look around, and it's easy to see how media and technology have changed our day-to-day lives, even compared to a decade ago. The report reveals large gaps in research on technology addiction.

Adobe Flash 2020 Retirement: The 5 R’s Strategy for Teachers

ViewSonic Education

Although anything created in the last few years most likely was developed on one of the newer platforms, nonetheless the technology in your classrooms may not as up-to-date. This all contributes to the danger to the security and full functionality of classroom technologies in 2021.

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Can blending tech into data collection deepen interest in STEM?

eSchool News

PASCO white paper examines a tech-enabled, inquiry-based approach to teaching science. Research shows a growing global demand for qualified science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professions. Technology by itself doesn’t create scientific understanding.


Tech Solving the Intolerable Motionlessness of Reading

EdNews Daily

They lie on paper in black and white, unmoving. The motionlessness of written words shouldn’t be the first exposure schools give to reading because youth’s attention typically moves about and will rarely deflate to a full stop for flat words on paper. By LeiLani Cauthen.

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Academics Propose a ‘Blockchain University,’ Where Faculty (and Algorithms) Rule


A group of academics affiliated with Oxford University have proposed a new model of higher education that replaces traditional administrators with “smart contracts” on the blockchain, the same technology that drives Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Our aim is to create a university in which the bulk of administrative tasks are either eliminated or progressively automated,” said the effort’s founders in a white paper released earlier this year.

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MIT Starts University Group to Build New Digital Credential System


The tentative title for the project is the Digital Credentials Initiative , and the goal is to gather technology leaders from a collection of universities to create an infrastructure to issue and display digital credentials. Education Technology MOOCs Higher Education

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9 Characteristics of authentic learning


What schools used to teach students, the skills needed in the past and their applicability in real life are no longer suitable in a scientifically and technologically developing world. The need to adapt learner instruction to the challenges society gives us has increased in recent years.

The 4 conditions that support deeper learning

eSchool News

Teachers must exchange their traditional instructor role for that of a “learning strategist” in order to achieve deeper learning outcomes, according to a new white paper from the nonprofit National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future (NCTAF) and ConsultEd Strategists.

How K–12 Schools Can Create Flexible Seating in the Classroom

EdTech Magazine

A flexible classroom is a learning environment that utilizes an “agile physical setup that will accommodate both independent and group work,” according to a CDW white paper on constructing modern classrooms. How K–12 Schools Can Create Flexible Seating in the Classroom. juliet.vanwage….

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Complement and ‘commoditize’ teachers, but don’t substitute for them with tech

The Christensen Institute

With technology’s presence growing in virtually every field, the specter of technological unemployment has raised its head again and again. In education, the question of whether technology will replace teachers was a common meme to fight the emergence of digital learning but has increasingly faded away as a serious threat. Technology is not a panacea for solving this problem, but it can help.