D&D Interior Resources – Intelligent Design

Representing over 15 leading furniture manufacturers, D&D Interior Resources offers full-service project support including design, project management and installation.  Specializing in computer labs, libraries, classrooms, office space, training environments and conference rooms, D&D Interior Resources integrates high-quality products with functional design to create cost-effective solutions for your space or project.

D&D is a licensed Class B General Contractor with hands-on experience to manage your project from start to finish. Each project receives a dedicated Project Manager who oversees your installation from the planning stage through the installation.  Whether your project is large or small, please give us a call and discover the D&D difference!

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How Empathy Helps Us to Learn

Empathy Holds the Key to Transform Century Learning

Empathy is a valuable trait to hold, not only for relationships but for education, too. Education is full of different outcomes, important work, solutions, strategies, and variations on teaching as well as students. More and more professionals in the education sector are finding that empathy could be the key to transform 21st-century learning. Empathy encourages […]

The Concept of the Student-Created Google Classroom

Student Created Google Classroom

Through the use of technology, the Literature Circle experience is greatly enhanced. In the learning process within the Literature Circle dynamic, there are important elements. These include book selection, job assignments, chapters read, and digital platform use. Since many classrooms across America are familiar with the Google Classroom platform, students created Google classroom classes for […]

How to Create Successful Virtual Field Trips in Your Classroom

How to Create Successful Virtual Field Trips in Your Classroom

Taking a tour through the solar system or visiting the deepest parts of the ocean are things you’d think are impossible for field trips. Not anymore… The Magic School Bus along with Ms. Frizzle took her students to visit the planets of the solar system, inside the human body to learn about its chemical processes, […]

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Technology Allows Students With Disabilities to Pursue STEM Dreams

Technology Allows Students With Disabilities to Pursue STEM Dreams

With the advent of accessible technology, more students have gone further in higher education to pursue STEM degrees. According to a study conducted by the National Science Foundation, students with disabilities are now just as likely to enroll in science, technology, engineering, and math fields when they pursue higher education. The study also found that […]

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What We Can Learn About Digital Transformation from Meriden Public Schools

What We Can Learn About Digital Transformation from Meriden Public Schools

A Connecticut school district transitioned from low-tech to high-tech, and offers tips in which other schools can make the same transition. Back in 2010, when Mark Benigni began as the superintendent of the Meriden Public School district, the urban New England school district didn’t even have a device program. Skip forward seven years and every student […]

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Manage Windows 10 in the Classroom

Manage Windows 10 in the Classroom

Windows continues to make updates that border on the questionable, but as the most popular operating system, it is worth knowing how to navigate. Microsoft Windows 10 is the newest operating system, which has left many people scratching their heads about how it works. It has more granular controls (restricting specific actions) than any other […]

Immersive Media in Higher Education

Immersive Media in Higher Education

Immersive media like virtual reality, augmented reality, and 360 video technologies can help improve the learning experience and is accessible for both students and faculty.  Where are we now with immersive media? Believe it or not, immersive media has been used by people for quite a long time. A few readers may remember the View-Master, a device […]

Allowing Students to Use Mobile Devices May Limit Distraction

Allowing Students to Use Mobile Devices May Limit Distraction

Teachers used to confiscate phones back in the flip-phone days, but does that practice have any real-world effects? We’ve gathered the data and have come to a surprising conclusion.  Teenagers have loved their telephone ever since the Alexander Graham Bell model became available to the public: it is not new to Millennials. While the connection […]

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Student-Run Tech Initiatives Empowers & Prepares Them for the Future

Student-Run Tech Initiatives Empowers & Prepares Them for the Future

When it comes to the facet of technology, it is the young students who have become the masters and teach what they know. Creekside Middle School in Patterson, CA rolled out over 1,000 new Chromebooks for the students which meant that the teachers needed to get many professional development sessions in order to answer any […]

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How New Sony Digital Tools Will Promote Active Learning

How New Sony Digital Tools Will Promote Active Learning

New Sony technology will help make learning more relatable for children by promoting a thing called, “active learning.” The classroom of today is nothing like the factory-like conditions of boring rows of desks, dull blackboards, and expressionless faces. Electronics giant Sony is now adding even more flexibility to the classroom of the 21st century. Earlier this year, Sony announced two […]

>50 Percent of Teachers Report 1:1 Computing

>50 Percent of Teachers Report 1:1 Computing

A survey finds that over 50 percent of all teachers report that they have more individual devices than ever before.  The goal of classroom computers is to put one in the hands of every student; a one-to-one (1:1) ratio. More than 50 percent of all teachers across the nation now have this one-to-one, student-to-device ratio […]