Network admins and teachers aren't always in alignment when it comes to balancing student safety and learning.
While students are on summer vacation, network administrators often take advantage of the time and lack of strain on their tech stack to implement updates, make infrastructure changes, and implement new tools for the upcoming school year.
Multiple surveys and studies agree that videos are effective teaching/learning tools, making YouTube a natural addition to modern lesson plans, especially in distance learning environments. With 500 hours of content uploaded every minute, ...
Technology has revolutionized the way we think, learn, work, and play. Studies show that using technology in the classroom can change how teachers teach and improve student learning processes and outcomes.
What’s in your network administrator toolkit?
While your students may be buzzing to start their summer break, for teachers and faculty, the end of the 2020-2021 school year brings its own unique to-do list on a tight timeline.
It’s challenging to achieve effective classroom management — keeping students on-task, productive, and safe while learning — when digital devices are involved in the classroom.
Cybersafety and mental health go hand in hand, as the internet is now intertwined in student life, from technology in the classroom to tools for remote education, and recreational screen time.
Keeping students safe online is becoming increasingly complex as schools leverage a growing number of technologies for remote education and hybrid models. The average school district now relies on more than 1,000 EdTech tools monthly, ...
Big data, which essentially describes a large volume of data, is not a new term. It’s not even the amount of data that’s important, rather what organizations do with the data that matters. In recent years, K-12 education has begun to ...