The next few months will likely be spent looking forward at all the great tech and updates rolling out in 2019, that we wanted to take a breath and look at all the updates we loved in 2018.
Do you remember a time when classrooms didn’t have laptops or the Internet? Technological advances such as these have become such a huge part of our daily lives that most of us can’t remember life without them, or even want to. But, believe or not, there was a time when photocopiers and handheld calculators were the height of educational technology. Thankfully most classrooms in the United States have graduated to bigger (or smaller), faster, more efficient technology. It begs to ask the question then, what will the classroom look like in the future?
Imagine being able to take your students on a field trip to the African jungle, the solar system and even back in time to the creation of planet Earth. It’s possible with the Lenovo Virtual Reality Classroom.
Topics: Lenovo, Virtual Reality, VR, Lenovo Virtual Reality Classroom, Academic Technology, Arey Jones, Classroom Technology, Managing Technology, Educational Technology, Learning Styles, 21st Century School Technology, Technology In The Classroom
Google Classroom has been instrumental in changing the way education looks today. It streamlines assignments, boosts collaboration and fosters seamless communication to help make teaching more productive. There’s also the advantage of being able to integrate hundreds of Chromebook apps and extensions that save teachers and students time and make it seamless to share information. Extensions enhance the browsing experience by tailoring Chrome’s functionality towards individual needs and preferences.
Topics: Google Suite, GSuite, Paperless Classroom, Google, Classroom Organization, Google Classroom, Chromebooks In Schools, Apps For Education, Technology In The Classroom, Technology In The United States, Academic Technology, Paperless Communication, Educational Technology, Apps In The Classroom, Chromebooks, Google Chrome
We all want to be more productive, rested, calm, collected, alert, and generally amazing. Here are 30 tech tips that can help you leave the month better than you found it.
Topics: Chromebooks, Educational Technology, Educational Services, Google Suite, Microsoft Office, GSuite, Paperless Classroom, SMART Goals, Learn By Doing, Chromebooks In Schools, Technology In The Classroom, Classroom Technology, Managing Technology
My grandmother fit every grandmother mold possible. Impeccable hair. Crisp aprons. Mouthwatering homemade bread on the counter. She ran a tight ship with even tighter hair. For Grandma, spring cleaning was as much a celebration as it was a chore (but then she always smiled most when she was working).
Topics: Paperless Classroom, Classroom Organization, Technology In The Classroom, Academic Technology, Paperless Communication, Homework Online, 21st Century School Technology, Learning Styles, Educational Technology, Managing Technology, Classroom Technology, Chromebooks
As a staple of the Microsoft Office suite, PowerPoint often gets a bad rap, mostly because it’s associated with speeches, presentations, and seminars--and they aren’t always the most exciting events (to put it mildly). Since it’s estimated that PowerPoint is a key software on over one billion computers worldwide, it’s safe to say slide-based presentations aren’t going anywhere.
Topics: Microsoft Education, Microsoft Apps, Microsoft, Microsoft Powerpoint, Windows 10 For The Classroom, Apps For Education, Technology In The Classroom, Academic Technology, Educational Technology, Apps In The Classroom, Microsoft Office
Topics: Classroom Organization, Healthy Students, Chromebooks In Schools, Technology In The Classroom, 21st Century School Technology, Educational Technology, Classroom Technology, Chromebooks, Paperless Classroom
We’re in the throws of March Madness, and productivity across American businesses--and classrooms--is taking a nosedive. (Research shows that employers lose an estimated $4 billion in revenue due to the paid time lost in managing brackets, discussing team matchups, and watching games.)
Your Chromebook was built to last, and so is your friendship with it, especially if you take this tried-and-true advice from Arey Jones, your technology relationship expert.