Christ Episcopal School gives its students an optimal education—whether in person or remote

When Bob Krieger arrived at Christ Episcopal School (CES) in Covington, Louisiana, in 2017 as the new IT administrator, he found a school in desperate need of a technology overhaul. […]

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How to engage students in a hybrid learning class

While the recent changes within education have been rapid, it has not been easy for teachers to focus on student engagement, which remains a critical part of student success. Hybrid […]

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What is student engagement?

Defining student engagement Student engagement can be difficult to define. While the term has been widely used since gaining initial popularity in the 90s, definitions of student engagement vary. Some […]

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5 steps to digital citizenship

The purpose of technology is not simply about automating the teaching and learning process, but to inspire and empower every student. Part of this empowerment is knowing how to responsibly […]

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Forces that attract: How UC Berkeley chemistry professors made the transition to remote learning

Wake up. Log in. Cover the camera and mute the mic. For many first-year college students making the switch to online learning, it’s the new normal. And with a majority […]

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Choose your adventure: virtual field trips, no permission slips required

The way of learning in the world is changing, that much is true. What is not changing however is the curiosity of our students, both in and out of the […]

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Easy steps to do a virtual scavenger hunt

With the sudden move from traditional teaching to digital learning, teachers are in need of lessons and activities that will pique the interest of their students and require minimal prep […]

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6 ways for teachers to cope with change this year

So, you’ve been doing it for a while already, this distance learning thing. Months ago, “distance learning” wasn’t even a phrase in your vocabulary. Imagine hearing it in January: Is […]

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Secret to (teaching) success

It’s clear that teachers are ready to take on education technology, but do they have the resources they need to be successful? Listen to this podcast to get the latest […]

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Interactive displays: From distance learning to the classroom

You’ve spent countless hours and enormous energy reimagining curriculum to accommodate mobile learning platforms. Your district has distributed 1:1 devices and resources at a rate unparalleled in your technology implementation […]

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Promethean Case Study

Engage English-language learners with ClassFlow

From 2000 – 2015, the number of English Language Learners (ELL) public school students in the United States increased from 3.8 million students to 4.8 million students.  As the years […]

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Aldine ISD's Professional Development Program

Customer story: The administrator’s role in effective technology adoption

Many schools and districts dedicate a significant amount of time evaluating the right technology to purchase for their schools, but do they dedicate as much time to create a plan […]

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Sarasota County Schools Case Study

Where to start when integrating new education technology tools

Sarasota County Schools decided it was time to search for a replacement for its aging projectors and interactive whiteboards. With the advancement of touch technology on the horizon in education, […]

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Sarasota County School Teacher with Promethean ActivPanel

Teacher Feature: Focusing on early intervention with student polling

Shannon Wynne is a 4th-grade teacher at Tatum Ridge Elementary School in Sarasota County Schools teaching English Language Arts and Social Studies. Recently, the district replaced Sarasota’s old projectors with […]

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Finding creative ways to fund technology

For Southeast Lauderdale High School, their technology journey all started with a proposition to the school board. They agreed that if the school raised $10,000 for technology, the district would […]

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Hybrid Learning

Embracing Hybrid Learning with Promethean Teachers have never been strangers to trying new things in their classrooms to serve their students—a skill set that will more than likely be put […]

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Professional learning

Embracing edtech amid the unknown: Best-practices from leaders in the field As teachers are increasingly asked to teach remotely and students learning at home, education technology has morphed from being […]

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Learning from the pandemic: Steps to take to lessen the “summer” slide

The COVID-19 pandemic created unparalleled disruption in worldwide education systems. Schools shut their doors and moved lesson delivery online, forcing educators and students alike to adapt, often without the necessary […]

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How to make the transition from remote learning back to the classroom

Put down that sourdough starter and dust off those banana bread crumbs! We’re going from click to brick- from mobile learning back to the “old fashioned” way. Does it have […]

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Is remote learning a trend or long-term initiative?

The Promethean State of Technology in Education report identified the biggest priorities for schools and districts. Participants were anonymously asked a set of wide-ranging questions about their relationship with, and […]

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Focus on teaching, not the technology

Adopting new technology into lessons should be a user-friendly experience that saves teachers time. Getting the most out of interactive displays is more than just downloading the right app or […]

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ActivPanel makes classroom teaching and management easier

Each fall, teachers will get a new sea of smiling faces in their classroom. Almost no other industry operates under this unique business model, where each year the audience is […]

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Tackling common teaching issues

Are teachers keeping their heads above the water? Participants of the 2019-2020 State of Technology in Education report were anonymously asked a set of wide-ranging questions about their relationship with, […]

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Empower educators to take learning mobile 

The rapid spread of the Coronavirus Disease around the world is causing challenges in the day to day lives of many, and the education sector is no different. The education […]

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