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Are your elementary school students excited about science? Two years ago, our students weren’t. In our 5th grade classes, we were using a textbook as our main resource for teaching science.
While digitisation and automation has helped small and medium businesses (SMBs) to a great extent, three in 10 SMBs still use old-generation personal computers (PCs) putting them at increased cyber risks and massive productivity loss.
In a rural Iowa district where many households don't have sufficient WiFi, students couldn't take full advantage of their school district's 1:1 device program and have trouble accessing online assignments, creating a notable homework gap.
A group of New York City high school students are protesting an online personalized learning program, Summit Learning, by writing a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
As higher education institutions invest in new ways to teach their students, there can be anxiety about how to make new tools part of daily classroom practice.
Esports is growing quickly in higher education, with more than 100 member colleges in the National Association of Collegiate Esports. Approximately 50 of these offer scholarships are for competitive gaming.
Google Search engine that was the default platform for iOS users is the best, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said, adding that they put in controls in their Safari web browser to safeguard users’ data.
Advances in existing tools like artificial intelligence and edge computing are expected to be key focuses for 2019, according to IT analyst group Gartner’s top 10 tech trends for 2019.
In a world where news anchors are being replaced by robots, teachers can feel that their jobs are safe because students will need teachers to foster needed higher-order thinking skills, which only human teachers can provide.
As the debate over the direction of higher education shifts between calls for emphasizing student learning in either hard or soft skills, a new report from the Strada Institute and labor market analytics firm Emsi contends liberal arts.
When it comes to cybersecurity and digital citizenship training in schools, David Roberts believes the process needs a top-down approach. To the chief technology officer and administrator of technology for Idaho's Boise School District.
Augmented data analysis, blended digital tools and connected networks will reign among technology innovations in the coming year, according to IT analyst group Gartner’s top 10 tech trends of 2019.