The advent of digital technology in the classroom has revolutionized the way teachers educate students from K-12. Devices are flooding into classrooms across the country as school districts are embracing one-to-one computing. But more devices in schools – and the required hardware and infrastructure to support them – means schools have a new challenge: device disposal. Computers, tablets, and servers […]

Education technology continues to evolve and allow school districts and their educators to take advantage of technological innovations. First it was the advent of the computer and the Internet. Then, software-as-a-service and cloud computing changed the game. The latest innovation is device-as-a-service (DaaS), which can place a computing device in every classroom, for every student, managed just like any other […]

Education technology can be empowering for teachers and can give them tools to increase engagement and retention while imparting valuable skills to their students. But teachers can depend too much on technology at the expense of proven traditional teaching methods. How can educators find a balance and use technology as an empowering tool and not a crutch? Enabling Teachers with […]

In an age when technology is a focal point of learning, an increasing number of schools are adapting one-to-one computing systems. Although technology offers new methods of personalized learning, there can be potential drawbacks if the systems are left unsecured and unchecked. On occasion, students may find themselves on less than scrupulous websites that pose both a safety threat to […]

A one-to-one learning program in schools has become the main objective for school districts across the country due to its proven benefits. The idea of having one electronic device – such as an iPad, Chromebook, or laptop – for every student in a classroom is a terrific objective worthy of pursuit, but how do you successfully implement such a program? […]

With a new fiscal year comes preparation of teachers and students, refreshing technology plans, updating classrooms, and training staff for new initiatives. You not only face the challenge of keeping a vision alive and relevant, but in making it a reality that successfully improves the lives and learning environment of teachers and students. Our desire is to encourage you to continuously build out a fluid vision. Continue reading »

Our first-graders are being handed tablets at an age where all we knew were pencils and loose-leaf paper. This is the world children are growing up in, so we need to prepare them to succeed in it. While costs may be a concern, there are funds and financing options available and there are ways to operate extremely efficiently and cost-effectively to provide kids with the digital content and technologies they now require. Continue reading »