Google Stream in the Classroom

  What can Google Stream do for you and your school? How it works Google Stream makes finding and organizing your files easier than ever. It can integrate with both Windows and MacOS devices. Not only is organization easy, but the Cloud will store all of your files, which means they won’t be taking up […]
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Sophos drastically improves security

We understand that the internet is a key tool in today’s education system. As the world becomes more digital, the threat of viruses, spam, and malware becomes more prevalent. While technology is a great tool to keep students engaged, a reliance makes schools more susceptible to online threats. If your district uses technology for important […]
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The challenges of wireless audio in the classroom

Classroom audio can improve the attention of students. There are three main types of wireless microphone frequencies, you should look into: 2.4 GHz, infrared, and UHF (ultra high frequency). All three have both positive and negative aspects. If you are looking to purchase, we suggest you do your research. About 2.4 GHz First, let’s talk […]
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A guide to smooth testing

Online testing can cause teachers to worry about students cheating, sharing information digitally, or looking up answers on the internet. However, with the right device, all of these potential concerns can be solved. We recommend Chromebooks for K-12 classrooms more than any other device. Chromebooks are simple to set up for testing and can give […]
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