Whoever said “if it’s not broke don’t fix it” was probably not talking about their VAR Channel. What if you could take an existing Reseller Channel, break it, and make it better? A couple of years ago, I inherited a Channel that was doing about $4M in annual sales. Not bad for a first year…Read More
In Carlos Fernandez’s eighth grade American History class at Raa Middle School, the students don’t raise their hands. They simply press a button, and Fernandez knows exactly who has answered, what they answered and if it was correct.Read More
THE Journal’s new Editorial Director gets it… The magazine has updated its team, with Therese Mageau stepping in as Editorial Director. In one of her first issues, her opening article on the magazine cover puts the 4C’s into perspective…Read More
OLYMPIA – Today’s young people have grown up in a society that revolves around technology.
Want to talk? Send them a text message on their cell phone.
Want to see who their friends are? Visit Facebook.Read More
A student response system that engages an entire class during a lesson was implemented five years ago at Gulf Elementary School to increase interaction for every student.Read More
Last Friday, the conference room at the Temecula Unified School District office was filled with local teachers learning how to use new classroom technology thanks to a generous 2 year federal grant, known as an EETT or Enhancing Education Through Technology grant.Read More
With a device no larger than a remote control, Gulf Elementary School teachers are able to obtain instantaneous student feedback, lesson comprehension, and are able to get even the shyest of students to participate in classroom activities.Read More
TALLAHASSEE, FL (WFSU) – Students at Raa Middle School are making the jump from a traditional classroom, to one filled with new technology. As Lynn Hatter reports, gone are the days when just a paper, pencil and textbook were all that was needed.Read More