Narrowing the Gap in Home Connectivity

  By Charles Sosnik E-rate may still be the answer if Congress and the FCC can work together In the Learning Counsel’s National Survey, schools and […]

Learning in the Year 2040: Looking Forward, Acting Now!

  By Ryan Schaaf What will the future of education look like, and how do we get there? What and how should future generations learn? […]

Oliver Bonas, supporting employees during the Covid-19 lockdown

As soon as Coronavirus hit the UK, Oliver Bonas was quick to create dedicated resources within Looop that covered essential […] The post Oliver Bonas, […]

Digital Physics with Physics Classroom

Are you a physics teacher looking for simple tutorials, interactives, or concept builders? Digital physics has never been easier. In this blog, we’ll explore a […]

3D Printing Safety 101: How schools can safely use 3D printers in the classroom

By Dr. Marilyn Black 3D printers have become a valuable tool in K-12 classrooms because they inspire creativity and problem-solving by bringing students’ ideas and […]

Learning Doesn’t Have to Be Held Back by VGA

By Bob Wudeck   The Latest Wireless Presentation Technology Allows VGA-Equipped Classrooms to Take Full Advantage of HDMI and Create State-of-the-Art Learning Opportunities When HDMI […]

Quid Pro Quo & Ed-Tech: Warn Your Superintendent

Don’t go to jail for Ed-Tech. Quid pro quo dealing has serious consequences. By LeiLani Cauthen A number of organizations, some who are quasi-government entities […]

Close the Achievement Gap: 5 Specific Strategies

  By Barbara Blackburn and Ron Williamson   A key facet of instructional leadership is addressing and closing the achievement gap. There are two reasons […]

Traveling Careers That Don’t Require A Degree

Travel careers appeal to many who love freedom while they’re working. They love meeting new people, seeing new sights, and gaining new experiences. Fortunately, many […]

Celebrate Digital Learning on Feb. 27!

If you use technology almost every day in your classroom, why should you make a big deal about it one day each year? Primarily, to […]

How Learning Management Systems Can Benefit Teachers, Students, And Parents

Learning management systems (LMS) like Blackboard or Moodle can benefit teachers, students, and parents in numerous ways. These online tools provide a central location for […]

Is There A Downside To Obtaining A GED?

For almost all practical purposes, a General Education Development (GED) certification is equivalent to a high school diploma. The only possible drawback would be to […]

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