EduCam360

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Manufactured by Panasonic in partnership with Audio Enhancement, the pioneers of classroom audio, the EduCam360™ allows educators, administrators and security personnel to see the entire classroom—all at once!

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2013 Knight of Heroes Award

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This award was presented to Audio Enhancement for going above and beyond in the community by the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce, UT.

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News & Events

8 technology tips from top district leaders
Posted on Thursday April 17, 2014

When it comes to school technology, having a plan—and having strong leaders to guide that plan—are two of the most important steps to success, according to the 2014 winners of eSchool News' Tech-Savvy Superintendent Awards.

The eight winners of the eSchool News Tech-Savvy Superintendent Awards program, chosen for their commitment to educational technology and teaching and learning, shared their best practices for creating schools that boost student engagement and achievement by leveraging technology tools during a series of webinars sponsored by Lenovo.

10 follow-worthy education blogs
Posted on Thursday April 17, 2014

Education blogs are one of the top ways to learn about new educational technologies, trends, and classroom practices. Sometimes, learning from the perspective of other teachers, administrators, and ed-tech professionals can help educators refresh their teaching and leadership. In 2012, eSchool News compiled a list of top education blogs--here’s an update, with new blogs that offer new perspectives and resources. Following any blogs that aren’t on this list? Share them in the comment section below. 1. Cool Cat Teacher (@coolcatteacher) Cool Cat Teacher was created by Vicki Davis, a teacher and IT Director at a small school in Camilla, Ga. Davis writes about teaching, education, and technology. She also interviews teachers on her online web show, “Every Classroom Matters.” Her blog has won multiple awards and is consistently featured as one of the top 50 blogs in education worldwide. 2. Edutech for Teachers (@edutech20) This blog was created by Jamie Forshey, an instructional technology specialist and teacher in central Pennsylvania. Fosrhey blogs about how the use of technology and digital media in the classroom can engage students. Check out her “Tech Tip of the Week” page. One resource she recommends is Gooru, a service that connects teachers and students with more than 50,000 resources in various subjects, giving users a list of materials in different media formats that can be used in the classroom. 3. Free Technology for Teachers (@rmbyrne) Richard Byrne, a former high school social studies teacher and now a Google Certified Teacher, created this blog to share free resources with educators. Compiling lists of classroom tools for both students and teachers, Byrne covers everything from iPad apps to Google tutorials. Byrne also writes a second blog about resources for professional development. 4. Home Room (@usedgov) Created and run by the United States Education Departmen (ED), this blog features education innovations and reforms. ED employees, as well as those of other related government organizations, post on the blog regularly. Check out the site’s #AskArne page, which features a video series where Secretary of Education Arne Duncan answers questions from social media, snail mail, and teachers, covering topics ranging from student privacy to professional development.

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