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An Iowa Elementary School Launches V.R. Science Curriculum

An Iowa Elementary School Launches V.R. Science Curriculum

An elementary school in Iowa started using virtual reality in their science classes to make science more interactive.  Using the Oculus Rift, the Buffalo Elementary School students used the headsets and tested out the virtual reality curriculum from VictoryVR, which recently launched the first installment of a virtual reality science curriculum. The curriculum was made […]

The Future of K-12 Connectivity

The Future of K-12 Connectivity

As more and more schools request funds for a faster internet speed, the connectivity concerns will begin to shift.  In just one year, schools’ requests for high-speed internet of one gigabit per second or faster have nearly doubled. An incredible 90 percent of applicants expect their bandwidth needs will only continue to increase as time and technology and […]

How to Prepare Schools for Interconnected Devices

How to Prepare Schools for Interconnected Devices

If properly implemented, devices such as wearables, VR headsets, and heart-rate monitors offer real benefits to the students.  Whether they are tracking student progress, enabling experiential learning, or passing the time during recess, wearable technology holds a certain promise in K-12 schools. They are already making headway throughout the general public and, according to New Media […]

What Is “Anytime, Anywhere Learning”

What Is "Anytime, Anywhere Learning"

There are many districts that are reconfiguring their classrooms to fit a more mobile student experience, which allows students to have “anytime, anywhere learning.”  Here are a few ways that schools are embracing the “anytime, anywhere learning” and the benefits it is having on students. Classrooms are now filled with rolling chairs, mobile student desks, […]

The Benefits of 2-in-1 Devices: How a School Can Benefit

The Benefits of 2-in-1 Devices: How a School Can Benefit

Hybrid devices can be extremely beneficial in school because they combine the convenience and flexibility of multiple devices. Hybrid devices have always been an integral part of the advancement of technology as people look to mix the best features of different devices into a new, and therefore more convenient, device. Here are few ways that […]

Personalized Classrooms Require Flexibility

Personalized Classrooms Require Flexibility

According to a recent study, flexible classrooms can boost student performance by as much as 25%. Schools are rapidly adopting a personalized learning method where the teachers construct their curriculum to best match the needs and abilities of each student. This allows students to have more one-on-one time with their teachers, but it can also […]

The Early Learner’s Guide to Technology

The Early Learner's Guide to Technology

Learning something new can take time, but it is worth it to help teachers seamlessly integrate tech in the classroom.  For years, students learned to associate the Ticonderoga No. 2 pencil with school. But in today’s classrooms, technology is becoming just as synonymous with school, as our old friend the Ticonderoga No. 2. This fall, the Department […]

Classroom Technology Boosts Fun (and Learning)

Classroom Technology Boosts Fun (and Learning)

Technology can be fun – but it can also increase a student’s desire to learn. The Brief: A survey of 20,000 students and teachers asked the individuals what they thought about technology in and out of the classroom, finding an interesting divide between students and teachers, and a difference among generations. According to the data, 80 […]