Sometimes the only way to make progress is to leave something behind.
Teachers believe the technology has a great future in the classroom.
The Oak Hills Local School District's eKIDs program reverses traditional student/teacher roles in the pursuit of technology knowledge.
Cell phones and Web 2.0 tools can speed students' understanding of foreign languages.
These instructional video and discussion exercises can help students avoid online culture shock.
Schools can survive tough economic times by leasing must-have IT equipment.
The Toshiba Thrive tablet offers school users the best features found in both business and consumer devices.
The highly versatile Eee Pad Transformer from ASUS functions as both tablet and notebook.
These touch-screen devices — and the apps that bring them to life — are opening up a whole new world of learning.
3D technology puts students at the center of the educational action.
What makes a school's infrastructure effective, and how can the IT department go about achieving it?
Teachers who understand how digital natives think and work best are uniquely positioned to help shape the use of socially mediated interaction in the classroom.
The implementation of a truancy system — particularly one that introduces something as potentially controversial as GPS tracking — requires careful consideration on many fronts.
Budgetary obstacles notwithstanding, school leaders are making sure students have the tools they need to succeed.