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Modern Classrooms Designed for Adaptability

As learning technologies and teaching methods have continued to advance, so too have the physical spaces that students and teachers work in. Educators, researchers and designers across the country (and the world) are beginning to swap out Industrial-Aged classrooms with ultra-modern learning spaces — classrooms that are adaptable, flexible, and seamlessly integrated with technology. Think […]

Technology’s Place in the 21st Century Classroom

The basic tenets of teaching have largely remained the same over the course of history, centered on teachers passing on their select knowledge to small groups of students. The information that is taught may have changed drastically, but our parents, grandparents and the generations before them, for the most part, were all schooled in similar […]

Win a Ken-A-Vision Science Technology Package

UPDATE: Congratulations to Tammy L. of Aiken, SC for winning the Ken-A-Vision giveaway. Looking for more giveaways? Head on over to our Facebook page for weekly giveaways, plus we’ll be announcing our biggest giveaway yet on August 15th. Prize details: http://bit.ly/r9PFta Contest ends Monday, August 1, 2011 at 11:59 pm Eastern time. Winner will be […]

Ways to Use Document Cameras in the Classroom

Document cameras make it quick and easy to integrate technology into your classroom. Visual presenters capture 3D objects or 2D images and transmit them to your monitor, computer or LCD projector. Not only will document cameras actively engage your entire classroom, but visual learners will benefit by seeing instructions, small items, demonstrations and more. Want […]