iPads for Learning: Getting Started
Many schools plan to integrate iPads as a means of providing a 1:1 teaching and learning environment. This resource provides guidance in getting started.
Struggling Readers Jump Grade Levels in East Chicago District
By Tanya Roscorla, Converge Magazine.
A Project RED finding underscored in East Chicago. Intervention programs that well integrate technologies increase student achievement.
Uh-Oh, Microsoft: Businesses, Schools Love Google Chromebooks
Google’s pretty sure that it’s built the future of corporate computing, and the search giant’s rent-to-own, web-only netbooks have got early customers trumpeting their simplicity, low cost and speed.
Cannon School students in grades 9 through 12 have been using laptop computers in the classroom for the last seven years. Now, the independent K-12 college preparatory school in Concord, NC, is taking the same step that many other institutions are doing right now by integrating iPads into the classroom.
eLearning Update: Report Shows Blended Examples
A new report profiles 40 examples of contemporary blended learning, classifying them by the type of approach they use and attempting to show how each has reduced cost and boosted academic achievement.