It is no secret that there is tremendous growth in the use of tablets and smart phones to access online content. More and more Americans each year are using their iPads, Kindle Fires, iPhones, Androids and other mobile devices to access websites and content, with less and less happening through traditional desktop and laptop computers. […]
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Online tutoring is about people. And the technology is cool too. Education technology has taken on many different forms in the classroom. Over the past year more schools have adopted iPad programs and more teachers have experimented with social media tools to engage their students. Video is taking on a larger role too especially with […]
The NY Times recently published an article about tutoring as a financial investment in your children. We certainly agree that tutoring is about making an investment in your children, but wanted to bring up some additional ways that online tutoring can save you money and maximize your investment. On-demand, online tutoring helps homework questions from […]
What would a typical student’s experience be if we embraced broadband and digital technologies in the classroom? This is the question posed in “A New America Through Broadband” featured in the Washington Post and co-authored by Blair Levin and J. Erik Garr. Levin and Garr are also the leaders of the team that prepared the […]
Tips for military parents and students who are relocating mid-school year.
Face it—it’s been a few years since you’ve thought about homework. So when your kids come to you with questions about symbolism in The Great Gatsby, which quarks make up protons and neutrons or, heck, even how to add fractions, the answers probably aren’t on the tip of your tongue. (Just ask this mom, who […]