Virtual Visit: Technology Improving Learning… See a classroom that ‘gets it’
Posted on January 24, 2014
Every teacher knows that including technology in the classroom should have benefits. The challenge is how? With so many simpler and lower cost devices available (iPads & Chromebooks), many classrooms have plenty of technology these days. But using it all to improve learning is still so elusive. Until now.
Join our Virtual Visit to a see a classroom that ‘gets it’. Mary Meehan will show you how her classroom techniques and lessons have helped her students reach real academic gains that were just not possible without technology.
Google… More than just ‘Docs’ for the classroom
Posted on November 7, 2013
Schools are “Going Google” in greater numbers each year. With free apps and education-friendly features, it makes good sense. And yet, all too often schools stop short of reaching their full potential with Google. There’s more to Google than Docs, and Andreas Johansson, Technology Director at Kenston SD, will show how.
Too many passwords? Simplify your school life with Single Sign On
Posted on October 30, 2013
Today’s teachers, students, and parents have never been more connected, which means managing our digital education has never been more complicated.
With so many applications now part of your daily work life, you may cringe at the thought of having to remember yet another username and password. And yet you can be assured that more apps, programs, and platforms will mean more passwords.
ClassLink LaunchPad has the answer, providing over 300 secure Autologin Connectors to the technology products used every day in schools across the U.S. From BrainPop to Edmodo, Microsoft Office to many others, we’ve unlocked the key to giving teachers access.
iPads: Learn from experts on using them for classroom success
Posted on October 10, 2013
Learn how experienced educators are successfully using iPads in the classroom.
Without a doubt, iPads have quickly become one of the most popular technology purchases by schools. Earlier this year it was reported that apple has sold over 8 million iPads into education worldwide which includes 4.5 million within the U.S. It is anticipated that iPads (full size and mini combined) will become the majority of all device purchases this school year. Even with its benefits, many teachers and administrators feel challenged in making the best use of them.
iPads, Chromebooks & ClassLink LaunchPad
Posted on August 15, 2013
The use of iPads and Chromebooks in the classroom has increaseddramatically and the trend is expected to continue. However, schools face real challenges with them. From a tech perspective, these devices do not play well with traditional network resources like network folders and Windows apps. With a growing interest in Mobile and BYOD initiatives, these are real issues.
ClassLink invites you to take an exclusive look into the Industry leading 1:1 and BYOD enabler, LaunchPad.