Is hybrid learning still a strategic priority?

Hybrid learning has been hanging over education, shaping strategy and defining lesson delivery — so much so that educators wondered whether it’d subside. While schools largely feel more prepared for […]

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Keeping up momentum

While IT directors have been tackling digital inequity, many teachers have felt overburdened by the challenges of remote teaching and tech access issues. It’s been uncertain whether they still see […]

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In the midst of tragedy, a school district finds hope

If there’s anyone able to see the silver linings amidst tragedy, it’s Frank Cambas. As the technology director for Jefferson Parish Schools in Louisiana, he was there to help pick […]

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Edtech news roundup

Here are 3 of the latest and trending U.S. education news stories. 1. Schools Continue to Remain Remote Amid Vaccine Rollout After a full year of adapting between virtual and […]

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The rise of MLearning: Approaches and strategies

The future of education continues to show us how we can build on traditional approaches to better prepare students for life beyond the classroom. Mobile learning, or mLearning, is an […]

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How has IT had an impact on teaching last year?

School IT managers were the unsung heroes of 2020. With fast-tracked remote working deployment and a universal reliance on technology for basic teaching, technical staff kept schools up and running […]

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Which classroom tech trends are on your 2022 roadmap?

After the changes to education in 2020, the use of classroom technologies has shifted. Last year, delivering educational benefits through technology was a top-three priority however, many are concerned budgetary […]

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Edtech helps Northern Illinois University mimic face-to-face teaching

Senior faculty fellow, Pi-Sui Hsu, has dedicated her career to education with a focus on technology integration in science teaching and learning. Currently, as an associate professor at Northern Illinois […]

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U.S. education technology news – March 2021

One year later: Learning models have shifted and some are staying put As the pandemic evolved in the past year, so did education systems. Since the abrupt transition last March, […]

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The ultimate guide to student engagement

As students and teachers return to the classroom, schools are taking stock of learning loss resulting from the pandemic, refocusing on student engagement, and reevaluating their approach. A critical component […]

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Roseville Community Schools excels in overcoming challenges faced during the pandemic

Educating students during the pandemic has been a challenge for every district.  However, Roseville Community Schools (RCS) in Roseville, MI found themselves ready to take on remote, hybrid, and in-classroom […]

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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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The guide to designing a STEAM classroom

Promethean has taken the guesswork out of designing an immersive STEAM learning experience for your classroom. Our professional development team, with over 140 years of combined teaching experience, has researched […]

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Setting district growth goals for student engagement

How can schools benefit from setting goals for student engagement? While schools are committed to ensuring that their students are engaged, few schools set formal goals around student engagement. Setting […]

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3 ways IT leaders can support student engagement

While we often consider student engagement to be the responsibility of teachers and principals, as education technology proliferates, IT administrators play an increasingly important role. In 2020, we saw IT […]

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The latest U.S. education news roundup

Here are 3 of the latest U.S. education technology news stories. Know the trends that Are transforming 2021 The past year was especially turbulent for education – adjusting to school […]

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Strategic planning is key to education technology success

If there’s one thing everyone learned—or should have learned—from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that having a strategic plan to address unforeseen crises is essential. While no one can anticipate every […]

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The impact of COVID on the future of education

The COVID-19 pandemic has essentially turned the education system in the United States upside down. Never in the history of the nation have children, families, and educators experienced such widespread […]

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Powering student engagement with Promethean

Student engagement in 2020 and beyond While educators agree that advancing student engagement is critical, schools across the country continue to be challenged in their efforts to meet student engagement […]

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How ActivPanel fits into any technology environment

While most of us are not all science experts and may not know the specifics of the elements on the periodic table, we can all easily understand the Promethean ActivPanel […]

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The pandemic tests schools’ preparedness to shift to remote learning

In early March 2020, students, parents, and educators across the United States experienced something extraordinary—the near-total shutdown of their school buildings. Due to a pandemic that was rapidly gaining traction, […]

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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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US education technology news – October 2020

Here are 3 of the latest U.S. edtech news stories to know about this month. 1. Many districts forgot the scout’s motto: Be prepared  As featured on District Administration, Promethean’s […]

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East Ramapo CSD focuses on future-forward edtech integration

Across the district, many East Ramapo Central School District staff and its 9,000 students were experiencing software limitations on interactive whiteboards and projectors, stifling lesson interactivity. After receiving a recommendation […]

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