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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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As the general public becomes more aware of issues surrounding individual privacy — especially the corporate collection of data to shape what we read, hear and learn online — there is more urgency than ever for defining how to properly protect student information....

source: EdScoop

A veteran educator and principal, Swirsky shared some of the most useful apps that he uses for his job, in an effort to work more efficiently. Regarding the impact of technology in the field of education, Swirsky said, "I never would have...

source: Digital Journal

When Consumer Reports wants to know how well a new car is holding up, it heads into the crowds to ask drivers' opinions about their vehicles. That form of crowdsourcing is now infiltrating education with the launch of a new non-profit organization that will call on teachers...

source: THE Journal

Today’s students are not just using technology in computer science classes, or sharing a tablet for the occasional math game. In many schools, educational technology tools and programs have become essential for completing classwork...

source: EdScoop News

The concept of individualized learning is as old as teaching itself. We all want to acknowledge the uniqueness of each child, “meet each student where she is” and help her “be the best she can be.” Thus, it seems only natural to take the advantage...

source: The Brookings Institution

Back in 2012, the idea for was just a glimmer in Hadi Partovi's eye. He was already a successful entrepreneur — Partovi was part of the founding team that sold voice recognition pioneer Tellme Networks to Microsoft in 2007—but he was looking for something...

source: Edutopia


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