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Next Generation Interactive Display Technology – MimioPro 4

Posted by Boxlight on Tue, Jun 21, 2022

The MimioPro 4 interactive display is ready for classrooms, libraries, offices, and more! This cutting-edge display will help create a learning landscape that optimizes what can be done in the modern classroom.  

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Topics: Classroom Technology, Education Technology, interactive displays, MimioPro 4, Connected Classroom

Funding Sources for Adding Tech to Your Classroom

Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Wed, Dec 2, 2020

With the plethora of technology options out there (hardware, software, web applications, STEM tools, etc), it can all look exciting and you might even visualize how your students will benefit from the innovative tech available. But more often than not, the “dream” classroom rarely meshes with the “reality” budget. Fortunately, awards, crowdfunding, grants, and programs have made outfitting classrooms with state-of-the-art tech a reality for many educators.

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Topics: Classroom Technology, Education Technology, Funding

Leveraging Technology for Higher-Level Learning (Part Two)

Posted by Kelly Bielefeld on Tue, Jul 9, 2019

In the first part of this series, the use of technology in the classroom was broken down. We know that technology can be used for many different reasons, but we primarily discussed using it to access online curriculum programs and allow students to demonstrate critical thinking through integrated projects.

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Topics: Classroom Technology

Leveraging Technology for Higher-Level Learning (Part One)

Posted by Kelly Bielefeld on Wed, Jun 26, 2019

Does technology help students learn better? This is one of the most challenging questions for educators and those in educational leadership roles. Measuring the impact of technology on education—and specifically student learning—isn’t easy. We know that technology can both enhance and accelerate learning when used correctly, but we all know that “used correctly” is the critical portion of that statement.

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Topics: Classroom Technology

Classroom Profile: Real Teacher Using Real Tech!

Posted by Paul Gigliotti on Tue, Feb 26, 2019

As a high school social studies teacher for the past 20 years, I have seen many instructional trends, gadgets, and fads fall in and out of style within the ever-evolving world of education. However, for the past dozen years, I have always been able to turn to my technology products to make a meaningful impact in my classroom. No matter which grade level or course I teach, technology makes my classroom a dynamic and interactive learning environment. I work hard to make my lessons more engaging for my students, and my teaching tools—such as the ProColor display, MimioMobile™ collaboration and assessment app, and MimioStudio™ classroom software—transform my lessons into meaningful, modern, and interactive activities for my 21st century learners.

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Topics: Classroom Technology

January Tips and Training for Teachers

Posted by Travis Rink on Mon, Dec 31, 2018

Happy New Year! As you return to your classroom this month after the holiday break, it’s the perfect opportunity to spruce up your lessons. Here is our collection of themed content to help you keep students engaged all month long:

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Topics: Classroom Technology, Professional Development for Teachers, MimioStudio, tips for teachers

25 Steps to Get Organized With Tech in the New Year

Posted by Travis Rink on Thu, Dec 27, 2018

As the holiday break begins to wind down, we often find ourselves thinking about all of the things we need to do to get organized when we head back to our classrooms. Before that first day back approaches, here are 25 steps to help organize yourself with technology:

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Topics: Classroom Technology, Education Technology, tips for teachers

How to Help Students Develop Personal Responsibility

Posted by Kelly Bielefeld on Thu, Jan 25, 2018

With 1:1 devices in the classroom, teachers have run across a new challenge that is also an old one. Too often, students come to class unprepared to use the device—most of the time it is not charged, and other times it may be left at home. These devices are critically important to learning. A teacher with a lesson planned on Google Classroom can't just run an extra copy if a student has a dead battery.

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Topics: Classroom Technology, tips for teachers, Classroom Management

EdTech Goals for 2018

Posted by Kelly Bielefeld on Tue, Jan 9, 2018

A new year is a great time to look at our accomplishments from the year gone by. Traditionally, it is also the time when we seek out opportunities for growth as we look ahead. I thought I would share some areas in which I would like to grow in 2018. By sharing these with you, I hope that maybe you can be inspired to take on some new learning, grow as an individual and a teacher, and get out of your comfort zone to try something challenging.

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Topics: Classroom Technology, Educational Software, Education Technology, Administrator Resources, tips for teachers

Six Great Engineering Apps to Try in the Classroom

Posted by Kelly Bielefeld on Tue, Nov 28, 2017

In the cult classic Office Space, the famous one-liner heard multiple times is, “So what would you say you do here?” It gets a lot of laughs because the high-level executives have no real clue what anyone in the office actually does. The truth of the matter is that in the world of education, teachers don't always know what other professionals actually do at their jobs, either. We know we can encourage students to become doctors, lawyers, welders, or accountants—some of these jobs we feel like we know well because we probably have experience with them. But when it comes to the field of engineering, I would guess that most teachers don’t really have a firm grasp on what the job actually entails.

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Topics: Classroom Technology, Education Technology, Educational Apps, STEM

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