One open source learning platform is helping schools reduce administrative clutter to improve teaching and learning.
Deploying new technologies is unlikely to give schools their desired ROI unless it is coupled with the right mechanisms, says IT projects consultant, Thomas Pagram
Cincinnati Day School teacher, Rob Baker, tells The Educator why he believes he has created the most powerful digital learning tool ever made.
An overwhelming majority of students want to learn how to code so they can make a career out of it, says Microsoft’s director of developer evangelism and experience, Sarah Vaughan.
Brian Keeley, Microsoft’s South Australian state director, told The Educator how a new innovation centre is helping students prepare for the “digital workplace”.
The Educator looks at how one school’s learning outcomes have improved as a result of using collaborative technology.
It began as a task to improve in-school communication, but what emerged has taken on a life of its own.
Two software giants have teamed up to revolutionise the way schools assess and deliver their curriculum.