As seen on eSchool Media March 18th, 2019

    Before you spend another dollar, your next budget should be performance-based

    By Adam Pearson
    co-founder, Glimpse K12
    The reality is many of us are creatures of habit and lean on previous experiences, familiarity, and instinct to quickly and efficiently make decisions. This processing shortcut serves us very well as our hand approaches a hot iron by drawing on previous rules of...

    As seen on eSchool Media March 18th, 2019

    4 tips for optimizing wi-fi on campus

    By Christian Gilby
    director of product marketing, Mist Systems
    Want to make a college student laugh? Hand them an Ethernet cable. For today’s students, it’s all about the wi-fi. They’re bringing an ever-growing assortment of internet-connected devices to school—phones, tablets, laptops, gaming consoles, smart speakers, fitness trackers etc.—and they expect fast, ubiquitous wireless...

    As seen on eSchool Media March 11th, 2019

    How higher ed is using data to better serve students and engage alumni

    By Craig Stewart
    senior vice president of products, SnapLogic
    At the start of each school year, colleges and universities want to ensure they are “sold out” with students who will pay tuition, attend classes, live in university housing, and participate in campus life. The long-term aim is for those students to graduate, secure...

    As seen on eSchool Media March 11th, 2019

    Fulfilling the promise of personalized education

    By Renae Abboud
    director of education solutions for K12, Fuel Education
    For decades, widespread personalized learning has been the dream of teachers, administrators and students alike. Personalized learning is a research-tested way to provide top-quality instruction and ensure every student fulfills their potential, regardless of their initial proficiency. Until now, however, delivering that education to...

    As seen on eSchool Media March 4th, 2019

    Preparing young learners for life beyond the fourth Industrial Revolution

    By Stephan Turnipseed
    executive vice president and chief strategy officer, Pitsco Education
    Every day, we discover bloggers and pundits crying for an end to education, favoring their version of what will prepare children for the fourth industrial revolution. Having been born in the second, fully experiencing the third, still working into the fourth, and planning to...

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