A major issue for educators, administrators and school districts is how to ensure the security of student data when implementing an integrated curriculum.
One of the main challenges for many teachers trying to implement an integrated curriculum is trying to keep up with the most recent advancements in technology.
One of the challenges of successful classroom management when implementing a blended curriculum is keeping track of passwords and user names for all of your students.
If you’re looking for ways to develop a more creative curriculum for the coming school year, consider challenging students to design infographics.
Implementing a bring-your-own-device policy in your classroom is a great way to work toward an integrated curriculum.
One of the most important reasons educators across the country are moving toward an integrated curriculum is to prepare students to be part of a STEM workforce.
In regard to new Ed Tech apps, Gates tried and reviewed six programs that could lead to a more integrated curriculum.
To make the most of tablets, laptops, or any other technology, have defined goals for how these devices will be utilized throughout the year.
Teachers looking to implement a creative curriculum in their classrooms should consider virtual or remote labs.
Google is among several tech firms such as Microsoft and Apple that are courting educational systems to invest in devices and applications.