Instructional Technology

Teaching Mobile App Development for Project Based Learning

April 28, 2016

Project based learning has been a staple in classrooms for decades. Educators have incorporated projects in the classroom to encourage critical thinking and problem-solving, skills that are important for college…

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Introducing the MAD-store – Where Students’ Mobile Apps Come to Life!

April 18, 2016

With over 58% of teens using mobile apps everyday, it is no wonder that MAD-learn has become one of the most popular mobile app development programs in the Nation. At…

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5 Steps to Implementing a Computer Science Program at Your School

With the announcement of President Obama’s Computer Science for All Initiative, policy makers are calling on education decision makers, around the country, to take action to empower ALL students with…

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Mobile App Development in the Classroom Can Boost Student Engagement Leading to Improved Testing Outcome

April 7, 2016

Does technology in the classroom really boost student testing outcomes? The jury is still out on this, but what has been proven is that the use of technology in the…

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Engineering in Elementary Schools: Engaging the Next Generation of Problem Solvers Today

March 31, 2016

By: Dorothy Powers Gorman from SEEN Magazine.   Employment in occupations related to STEM — science, technology, engineering, and math —is projected to grow 13 percent between 2012 and 2022, according…

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Don’t Let Your New Technology Become Shelfware: 6 STEPS to the Perfect Technology Implementation Process

By: Jennifer Dunn from SEEN MAGAZINE. With today’s nearly universal connection to the Internet, computers, software and other types of technology are present in virtually every classroom in the nation. Despite…

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Mobile App Development Can Be Taught in Any Classroom

March 24, 2016

Did you know that… Only 8% of teachers integrate technology into the classroom, giving students limited opportunities to use technology hands-on? Now, why is that? A recent survey conducted by…

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Encouraging Girls to Explore STEM

December 17, 2015

  By: Britney Morgan   It’s no secret that less women work in the STEM career field than men. Although women that do work in STEM make 33% more than…

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3 Ideas to Help Teachers Struggling with Technology

July 31, 2015

Experts say some teachers are still are reluctant to use technology, mostly because of a lack of time, a lack of resources, or a lack of confidence in their ability…

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Limited Resources? 6 EdTech Grants That Fund Classroom Technology

July 2, 2015

With limited resources, it can be difficult to provide the technology needed to create a 21st-century learning environment. There are many grants that provide technology devices for K12 classrooms. Take…

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