Educators work around shrinking budgets to make classroom technologies a top priority.
How stronger professional development can boost ed-tech success.
Schools have a variety of options at their disposal to combat device loss, including etchings, tracking software and insurance.
Downloadable applications have a lot of potential, but they are only as strong as the networks on which they run.
Educators offer advice for integrating important alert and security notifications tools.
A few pointers from educators on how to effectively deploy classroom technology.
The City School District of New Rochelle supports off-campus wireless Internet connectivity for mobile learning devices through Learning On-the-Go pilot program.
These professional development options won't break the budget.
Classrooms for the Future participants learned how to build 21st century skills using technology by completing online coursework.
Report Card: Three Cheers for 3D
Teachers believe the technology has a great future in the classroom.
Lesson Plans: From Novice to Native
Cell phones and Web 2.0 tools can help students become better non-native speakers.
Lesson Plans: Pearls of Wisdom
These instructional video and discussion exercises can help students avoid Internet culture shock.
Tech Watch: Multidimensional Learning
Technology puts students at the center of the educational action.
Tech Trends: Tablets Take Off
Schools increasingly are drawn to these touch-screen devices — and the apps that bring them to life.
Cover Story »Innovation in Action: Kid Power
eKIDs program encourages students to apply their ed-tech knowledge.
Best Practices: Flexible Spending
Schools can survive tough economic times by leasing must-have IT equipment.
Product Review: Sweet Spot
The Toshiba Thrive tablet offers school users the best features found in both business and consumer devices.
Letter from the Editor: The Tools of the Trade
Budgetary obstacles notwithstanding, school leaders are making sure students have the tools they need to succeed.
Contributor Column: A Kinder, Gentler Big Brother
The implementation next-generation truancy tracking systems requires careful consideration.