How to Help Educational Technologies Talk to Each Other

The Consortium for School Networking has launched a toolkit to help school districts improve their ability for systems and applications to easily share content.

Xamarin : The Next Big Thing in Mobile App Development.

Since Microsoft announced a global collaboration with Xamarin at the beginning of this year, the mobile app development world took notice of the relatively anonymous kin of […]

How Retails are Solving Customer Experience Challenges through Digital Transformation?

With the Industrial Revolution 4.0, we are experiencing a wave of Digital Transformation. This wave of technology seeks to deliver greater value to processes across problems […]

How much screentime is too much? Ask these questions instead

When it comes to our children’s use of the screens the focus for many is to look at issues of overuse and concentrate on ways […]

Why Tech Isn't Transforming Teaching: 10 Key Stories From Education Week

Crave pragmatic, honest, clear-eyed conversation about the realities of ed tech? Here's a reading list from Education Week, as presented at ISTE 2019.

Are Students Spending Too Much Time on Mobile Devices During Class? Yes, Educators Say

Educators overwhelmingly said in a survey that their students are "multi-tasking" on devices during class and that it hurts learning.

Many Teens Sleep With Digital Devices, Report Finds. Is That Why They Are So Cranky?

Teenagers are more than twice as likely as their parents to sleep with their devices in the bed with them, according to a report by […]

Districts Often Out of Touch with Teachers' Biggest Tech Needs, Survey Finds

A recent report from Common Sense Media reveals that teachers don't feel they have the right tech for their classrooms.

New Tech Aims to Help Schools Preserve Text Messages as Public Records

A Washington state district is the first to roll out a new "mobile communications compliance program," highlighting schools' ongoing challenge with preserving text messages as […]

One-Fourth of K-12 Math Instruction Occurs Digitally, Survey Suggests

Print is still popular, and math teachers still want time for direct instruction and group work, according to market-intelligence firm Simba Information.

Take the Long View When Evaluating 1-to-1 Computing Efforts, Researcher Says

When evaluating the effectiveness of 1-to-1 computing programs, schools should examine the impact over several years, not just a few, says Marie Hull, a researcher […]

Scores Were Lower When Mass. Students Took PARCC Exams on Computers, Study Finds

Unfamiliarity with technology contributed to lower scores for online test-takers in 2015, but the effects diminished over time, researchers found.

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