End the school year on a high note with this pre end-of-year guide for technology directors. Celebrate, reflect, and plan with these actionable steps to set yourself up for success.
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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.
More devices, more problems… With thousands of schools nationwide leveraging federal funding, it has become increasingly important to keep good data on student/teachers devices in case of audits.
Schools invest enormously in technology to ensure that students have access to their education when and where they need it. Why not take the extra step to maintain the value (both financially and functionally) of your device fleet? Let’s talk about practical tips for protecting and maintaining student devices in a way that boosts instructional uptime and retains device value.
As technology has become more and more essential to the modern learning experience, finding effective ways to store and charge devices like Chromebooks, tablets, iPads, and Windows laptops has become just as essential.
Due to their computing power and ability to run a wide variety of software, durable design, built-in security features, and long lasting battery life, Lenovo ThinkPads are well suited for students of all grade levels.
Most of the newer document cameras are “plug and play” which means you can simply plug the USB cable directly into the ActivPanel!
[Originally appearing on eyesafe.com] High-energy blue light, or simply “blue light”, has been a frequent topic in the media over the last several years. We get blue light from several sources, including the sun, computers and smartphones. Although humans have evolved to accommodate proper amounts of beneficial blue light from the sun, we are only now recognizing that man-made digital light presents new concerns for the health of our eyes. …