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BYOD: A growing trend in the classroom

The concept of "bring your own device," or BYOD, started in the corporate sector about 10 years ago. Companies started noticing the trend of employees preferring to use their own laptops and phones for work purposes. Their comfort led to better productivity and job satisfaction,...

source: By Archita Datta Majumdar
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Education technology experts have identified five characteristics of effective technology training programs for teachers. The best programs, they say, offer incentives and support, teacher-directed training, adequate access to technology, community partnerships, and ongoing...

source: Education World

Shipments of mobile PCs for the education market were up 4 percent in the first quarter of 2018 compared to the same period last year, according to a new report from Future Source. In real numbers, sales reached 5.8 million units to start the year, up from 5.5 million in...

source: THE Journal

Recognizing the value of smart and connected classrooms, most school districts are experimenting with the Internet of Things or plan to do so in the near future. While IoT deployments are relatively new to education, industry observers expect the technology to make a big...

source: EdTech Magazine

School libraries have been having a tough time in recent budget battles. Many schools no longer have a full-time certified librarian on staff. Some administrators still think of a school library as the place where all the books are kept,...

source: Education DIVE

Schools often launch new technology without a plan for supporting and coaching teachers through the process of using the devices and software in their classrooms. Supporting teachers is key to launching and continuing the marriage of educational technology and curriculum....

source: EdTech Magazine

In April, the newest National Assessment of Educational Progress scores once again showed minimal progress in U.S. math and reading achievement and a widening achievement gap between our highest and lowest performers. Against this backdrop, educators today are eager for...

source: Education Week

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