Professors are always looking for fun new ways to get their students engaged with course materials. Edtech products can be a great way to get students excited about course content and discussions.Read More
Many schools are now encouraging all of their teachers to incorporate edtech in their classrooms. However, it is important to give teachers the choice of the method of implementation and how much tech they will implement.Read More
Bringing edtech into higher education can be a great way to attract students to your university. It can make the lives of students, faculty, and administrators much easier and faster. It can even help get students more engaged with their learning and improve attendance.Read More
Technology usage is a great way to get students engaged in what they are learning, but is technology right for every classroom? Some classes and teachers may work better with little or no technology usage.Read More
Professors want to make sure that they are getting the most out of their educational technology, which means that they will be picky when choosing on one to use during their courses.
Here are 5 great ways to make your edtech program stand out in higher education.Read More
Virtual reality in edtech is all the rage right now. It is a great way to take students around the world without ever leaving the classroom. It also allows students to get actively engaged with their learning. Students can more clearly see what they are learning and easily explore new places and concepts.
While some virtual reality technology is quite expensive, others are more reasonably priced. Programs like Google Cardboard make cheap VR headsets that make it easy for schools to purchase. Students are also able to use their own smartphones to download educational VR apps.Read More
Many schools are starting to create and enhance their Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics programs. They are a great way to get students engaged with their learning and interested in fields they may not have been previously interested in. However, developing STEM programs can be tricky without the right planning and technologies in place.Read More
Students find using their mobile technology to be fun, whether they are playing games, chatting with friends, or scrolling through social media. However, phones don’t have to be used simply for fun. Teachers can harness the power of mobile technology to get their students excited about learning.Read More