Teacher using an interactive whiteboard with a language app

5 best language arts apps for interactive whiteboards

Interactive whiteboards can benefit children with different learning styles while keeping them engaged in lessons. With the versatility of multi-viewer screen mirroring, the days of a teacher and one pen […]

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students doing a math problem on a math learning app on an interactive whiteboard

5 best math apps for interactive whiteboards

Interactive whiteboards, also called interactive displays,  are one of the best tools a teacher can use to engage their class. With this digital assistant, you’ll be able to bring your […]

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Learning Loss blog

Accelerating K-12 learning recovery

As highlighted in our last learning loss blog post, research shows that on average, K-12 students lost up to four months of mathematics and an additional four months of reading […]

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remote collaboration with an interactive display in a hybrid learning classroom

Classroom remote collaboration with interactive whiteboards

You likely know that interactive whiteboards have a multitude of classroom uses. But did you know that most can be carried out remotely via a strong internet connection? Remote collaboration […]

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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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Alone, together – has teaching become more than providing an education?

Student maturity has always been an interest of teachers, but usually refers to a studious, conscientious work ethic. However, after a period of lockdown and isolation, educators are more aware […]

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Promethean supports the Andrea Bocelli Foundation in Italy.

Andrea Bocelli Foundation’s Digital Lab Project: a vocational center for youth implemented with Promethean Promethean supports the Andrea Bocelli Foundation in Italy having assisted the charitable organization’s Digital Lab Project […]

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In Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, technology helps transform instructional practice

When Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools started looking to replace its aging hodgepodge of outdated equipment and non-standard platforms several years ago, they weren’t merely interested in technology for technology’s sake. Instead, […]

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Two science students smiling while exploring science apps on their school’s interactive whiteboards.

5 best science apps for interactive whiteboards

The best learning apps for science students turn difficult concepts into fun ways to engage their curiosity. Thanks to technology, students can experience science hands-on in fantastic new ways. There […]

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Teacher uses interactive whiteboard to engage students in lesson about programming robots

Benefits of interactive whiteboards in the classroom

An interactive whiteboard is this generation’s take on traditional whiteboards. Also known as digital whiteboards or smart whiteboards, these interactive displays are used in a variety of classroom and educational […]

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Education news roundup

Here are 3 of the latest and trending U.S. education and edtech news subjects. 1.Education equity in post-pandemic learning In the current education climate, schools are continuing to navigate the […]

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How to build classroom culture across modalities

Classroom Culture Matters Positive classroom culture is foundational to academic success and students’ social emotional learning (SEL); students thrive in a safe, inclusive, and supportive environment. But fostering a classroom […]

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The future of classroom design

Next Generation Classroom Design  While learning is increasingly digital, the physical classroom is as important as ever. Studies have shown that classroom design can directly affect a student’s academic progress […]

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Anatomy of an effective flipped learning video

One of the positive changes that we are seeing in a post-pandemic world is a reimagining of what learning will look like. One alternate option that has already proven successful […]

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Back to school: Addressing inequities

The 2020 – 2021 school year highlighted global educational inequities. As educators prepare for the school year ahead, addressing these inequities will be a top priority. Equity is key to […]

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Types of summative & formative assessment

There are two ways of assessing students — formal summative assessment and informal formative assessment. Find out the benefits of both to students’ learning outcomes. “When the cook tastes the […]

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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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Three technological enablers and barriers to learning last year

If last year taught us anything, it’s that nothing can truly replace face to face learning. As students returned to schools, teachers and administrators began to look at ways to […]

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How are teachers keeping up with classroom technology?

Around the globe, the role of technology in education shifted dramatically in 2020. The immediate necessity to move teaching online was a huge learning curve for teachers, students and parents. […]

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The future of personalized learning

The next chapter in personalized learning  Personalization has been a buzz word in the education community for some time—and for a good reason: Studies have shown that tailoring students’ learning […]

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Are school subjects going away for good?

The skills that we need to equip students with are changing, along with the world around them. Emergent teaching methods may blend subjects together and are just as focused on […]

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Keep students motivated: 5 ways to gamify your classroom

Get your class in the game Gamification introduces elements of game design to non-game scenarios, such as the classroom.  Applying the principles of game design within a classroom setting is […]

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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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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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