EdTech 10 thumb
0
SHARES

Blog Series

EdTech 10: Everything You Missed During #Blizzard2016

Doesn't matter what you call it - Snowmageddon, Snowpocalypse, or Snowzilla - the ridiculous amount of snow added to an already interesting week. Here are the top EdTech news stories you might have missed while you were busy surviving #Blizzard2016.

10 days ago by

Turnt-VR-Headset-225x225
0
SHARES

EdTech

Virtual Reality is Coming to a Classroom Near You

This will be the year when virtual reality begins to change teaching and learning. Forecasters are estimating that the combined augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) industries could be as big as $150 billion in 2020 with 25 million VR users by 2018.

14 days ago by

12chromebook
0
SHARES

EdTech

Google for the Win: The Ascendence of Chromebooks & Google Apps

Chromebooks now make up more than half of all devices in U.S. schools, up from nothing in January 2012 when they hit main stage at FETC. Google's Chromebooks make up 4.4 million of the 8.9 million devices sold to schools this year. 30,000 Chromebooks are activated every day.

one month ago by

practi-225x225
0
SHARES

EdTech

Practi Promotes Math Practice, Supports Deep Analytics

Practi combines a flexible content authoring tool for teachers/publishers with a gamified practice app for students and a robust analytics engine that captures learner practice behavior to enhance and inform further development of both content and practice.

2 months ago by

Hipster man with bicycle sending message on mobile cell phone in urban city
0
SHARES

EdTech

(Finally) The Year of Mobile

For five years, people have been saying “This is the year of mobile.” This time they’re right; with nearly ubiquitous US coverage and phone penetration, it changes our assumptions about how people communicate, learn, shop, and play.

2 months ago by

FEE - Side Bar

advocacy partner

Foundation for Excellence in Education

The Foundation for Excellence in Education is igniting a movement of reform, state by state, to transform education for the 21st century economy. Excellence in Action, the organization’s flagship initiative, is working with lawmakers and policymakers to advance education reform across America.

SAS-Mobile-Learning-225x225
0
SHARES

EdTech

Pedagogy Should Always Precede Technology: SAS Curriculum Pathways Mobile Learning

While the proliferation of apps might tempt one to scour the app store in search of the perfect app, pedagogy should always precede technology or, in this case, pedagogy should always be the primary consideration.

2 months ago by

inacol-2014
0
SHARES

EdTech

New at 2015 iNACOL Symposium: Voices Hub, P2P Exchanges & the App

As you begin gearing up for the 2015 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium on November 8-11, we want to make sure you know about some new and exciting opportunities being offered that you’ll definitely want to add to your “must-do” list. This year’s theme is “Connecting Powerful Innovators” and these...

3 months ago by