When Associate Professor and Chemical Education Researcher Danaè Quirk Dorr noticed a correlation between student learning styles and achievement in her large organic chemistry course, she decided to flip her classroom and crunch the numbers to see if there was a better way to reach all her students.
Classroom technology manufacturer IPEVO has released the WS-01 Wireless Station, a device that allows teachers to stream video and images from various IPEVO document cameras directly to the iPad.
In the last year, both desktop and portable PCs experienced declines in both mature and emerging markets worldwide. Meanwhile, smart phones and tablets carried the "smart connected device" category to new highs, topping 1 billion units worldwide.
A new portable analog design kit is available to engineering students for less than $100.
Luidia has released eBeam Edge Wireless, the newest version of its eBeam Edge interactive platform, with plug-and-play wireless connectivity.
A South African university will play host to a new six-month trial of wireless broadband using unallocated broadcast TV spectrum.
Casio will launch the latest addition to its ClassPad series of graphing scientific calculators earlier than expected. The fx-CP400 will debut at the National Council of Teachers in Mathematics (NCTM) annual meeting in April and will carry a pricetag of $149 for education customers.
Bretford unveils new seating and accessories designed for use in classrooms, libraries, and lounge areas.
The University of Toronto has implemented a system for capturing video recordings of lectures and creating other video content both inside and outside the classroom.
The Anglo-American School of Moscow has implemented a solution that can accommodate multiple unified communications platforms to support virtual video meetings and other communications between teachers, parents, and students.