Google Glass, All that is Wrong with #EdTech… Again

By Adam Steiner, February 11, 2014 There is no denying the value that Google and its associated products are offering to K-12 education these days. School systems are leveraging Google Apps for Education to provide low-cost e-mail access and document management to teachers and students, using Drive to collaborate and increase engagement, managing resources with …

Retrofitting the Archaic Classroom on the Cheap

Greater emphasis is placed every day on blended learning environments that utilize digital content. Many teachers are attempting to implement such a pedogical shift in older classrooms that do not naturally support such efforts. These classrooms lack the standard equipment of the 21st century school including common student devices, interactive white boards, short-throw projectors, or …