Enrich your school’s tech ecosystem with a partner as committed to the success of your technology integration as you are! View or download the 2023 K-12 Education Buyer’s Guide to Classroom Technology to see Trafera’s offering of Chromebooks, classroom displays, audio systems, professional development for teachers, and more!
Gain expert insights while learning more about creating sustainable and impactful Chromebook 1:1 programs and the essential steps for successful “sticky” tech plans.
We want to know how your school plans to use technology in the classroom in 2023, and how you plan to transform the learning experience through it.
From secure classrooms to engaging learning—Google Workspace can do it all. Learn more about its various editions and discover the advantages and features it offers!
Trafera’s thrilled to announce that we have won 2022 Central Region Partner of the Year Award in the Promethean Partner event to recap on the past year, celebrate the innovative work of Promethean Partners, and look ahead into 2023.
Classroom technology is constantly turning over, changing, and evolving – often in completely unforeseen ways, but as we draw near to the new year, it is time to look ahead at a few potential EdTech trends that we expect to see in 2023.
There’s never enough time for K-12 professionals, whether you’re a teacher, principal, or, in my case, a (former) technology director. That feels especially true around the holidays as the end of the year looms.
When staring and IFP initiative, choosing the right Interactive Flat Panel can be a difficult undertaking. There are many different factors that can influence the decision. Read to learn about the considerations that will help guide you to the right Interactive Flat Panel.
St. Peter Lutheran School in Arlington Heights (IL) retrofitted their classrooms to accommodate interactive boards, all with a limited budget AND without disrupting classes.
Far too often, we use language like “really good” or “high-quality” without any attempt to calibrate those terms. Even worse, sometimes we, as instructional leaders, don’t really understand what classroom technology integration can look like when it is done well. So when we’re observing or mentoring teachers, tech is treated like a checkbox.