Modern technology that is commonly used in this generation has opened new ways for students to cheat more conveniently than every before.
Ed Elliott My inbox fills up with sales literature from companies promising wonderous educational returns if a small fortune is spent on the latest hardware, software, ebooks and educational apps. Some the these products yield significant educational improvements that stand up to a rigorous cost –benefit analysis, but persuasive sales staff can also seduce schools into parting with large sums for tenuous technologies or overly complex and expensive systems that are beyond their needs.
Futurism | December 2012 Digital Edition | Feature How Disruptive Technologies Are Leading the Next Great Education Revolution Futurist David Thornburg argues that "disruptive technology" is reshaping how students learn.
May 1, 2012 By Tom Bell email@example.com Staff Writer
You've heard the saying – doing the same things expecting different results – but how many of us still do it?
North Thurston High School teacher-librarian Steve Coker recently was awarded the President’s Award for Excellence from the Northwest Council for Computer Education.
As they enter the classroom that serves as the newsroom for Lower Dauphin High School’s student newspaper, The Falcon Flash, each student grabs a laptop from a cart.
Class members work on their keyboarding skills at a recent Monday evening class. View Image Gallery Imagine raising a child in our tech-dependent world without the benefit of a computer or the skills to use one.
Shoreline Middle School teacher honored at Live Oak School District board meeting; Kate Mullikin receives county's Teacher of the Year AwardLIVE OAK - Tuesday night's school board meeting in Live Oak marked a celebration of sorts, with the introduction of a new assistant superintendent and kudos for one of the district's teachers.
By Janet Kim NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Two years to the day after a school building was seen live on camera floating down Interstate 24, the school is still on the road to recovery. Lighthouse Christian School has come a long way since May 2, 2010, when their campus was flooded by nineteen inches of rain that fell over 36 hours.
Graduate students in the Department of Education organize day-long interdisciplinary event on May 4 Students in Concordia’s Department of Education have lined up internationally renowned experts as keynote speakers for their Global Education: Towards New Frontiers interdisciplinary graduate symposium on May 4.
There is no question that there are barriers to teaching new tech tools in addition to teaching your content.
David Wish leads a Little Kids Rock music class at PS 176 in New York City in 2003.
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