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,...
Ciena's Daniele Loffreda spent the week at the CoSN'17 annual conference that gathers K-12 EdTech leaders from around the U.S. Here's his report on the key themes from the show.
All stakeholders should step up to ensure students' privacy, gleamed from electronic devices and services, is protected from misuse by educational technology companies, a new report by Electronic Frontier Foundation said. The report by...
To meet the challenges of the modern workplace, today's education is calling for curriculum that integrates STEM learning and creative problem solving in the classroom. I have found that creativity in the classroom is better harnessed...
Big brother is watching your children. Technology companies are spying on school kids through devices and software used in classrooms. Those companies often collect and store children's names, birth dates, browsing histories,...
U.S. schools could save at least $3 billion a year on educational technology by sharing information about how much they pay for hardware and software, according to estimates in a new study by the nonprofit Technology for Education...
Fail fast. Think big. These are the words that edtech startups live by, but schools and districts generally operate at a different pace. When it comes to our children's education, there's no room for failure — fast or slow — and layers of bureaucracy and tight...
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