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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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Efforts by K-12 schools to provide every student with a laptop or tablet are on the rise. A 2017 survey conducted by the Consortium for School Networking found that 40 percent of today's classrooms provide one device for every student, and this number is expected to grow....

source: EdScoop

Apple was founded on the idea that technology can unleash creativity — and we've designed hardware and powerful apps like GarageBand, iMovie, Keynote, Clips and Swift Playgrounds to do just that. While we know technology can play a major role in helping every learner...

source: Apple

More and more students have access to high-speed internet in schools, but there are still students left without the connectivity they need to grow and learn, according to the annual State of the States report from the nonprofit EducationSuperHighway. Today, 98 percent of...

source: eSchool News

On a mission to develop more critical thinkers who can collaborate with one another, openly share ideas, and function successfully in tomorrow's work environment, our district recently kicked off a technology overhaul. We started with our classroom furniture and worked our...

source: eSchool News

The unfortunate increase in school shootings across the country has thrust the school security debate...

source: By: Bambi Majumdar (commentary)

Your students are connected. They're connected when they wake up. Connected on the bus ride to school. They're connected during the school day if you have a 1:1 program — and even if you don't have one. (Yes, they have ways to get around no cell phone zones.) At any...

source: School Leaders Now


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