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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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Tell us how you are using the cloud to enrich learning, help teachers reach more students, or do more with data for a chance to win up to $50,000 in AWS promotional credits. The call for entries for the 2017 City on a Cloud Innovation...

source: Amazon

Physical education teachers at Parker Middle School are noticing a little extra hustle from their students. When a volleyball rolls across the gym floor during drills, several students chase after it. Sometimes they start doing jumping jacks between relay races. "It's all...

source: The Associated Press via LancasterOnline

About seven years ago, when Mark Benigni began as superintendent of Meriden Public Schools, the urban Connecticut district didn't even have a device program. Now, all of Meriden's 8,600 students have a device in their hands, Benigni says. But this transition certainly didn't...

source: EdTech Magazine

As schools near completion of their E-rate filing for this year, one game-changing E-rate technology has the potential to save schools precious time and money. The technology — a new network design concept called Network Functions...

source: eSchool News

Education is changing, things are in flux, and there is uncertainty. In this ever-dynamic landscape, "common" standards for education seemingly get a bad rap, but they're useful, particularly for the development and distribution of open education resources. The key to creating...

source: eSchool News

From New York City to Chattanooga, district leaders around the United States have stories to tell about the instructional technologies they are introducing in schools. Many are training educators to teach students computer science, and other STEM subjects through new technology....

source: EdSurge


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