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Articles from T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) (May 1, 2018)

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BRING THE OUTSIDE WORLD INTO YOUR CLASSROOM: An immersive approach to learning can do more than prepare your students for college and career; it places them front and center in the real world. 520
DON'T LET YOUR PRINTER BE A VULNERABILITY: Every classroom needs its own printer, but make sure it's secure before you connect it to Wi-Fi. 616
DRONES TAKE OFF IN EDUCATION: The use of this technology captivates students while allowing them to learn abstract concepts in off-the-ground ways. Schaffhauser, Dian Cover story 2026
Get a Handle on Network Security: School districts can boost network security using the micro-segmentation capabilities of VMware NSX. 538
HOW COLOR AFFECTS LEARNING: The findings of these three color studies could change how you approach classroom activities. 659
Level Set: Key Facts to Advance Ed Tech in America. Krueger, Keith 665
Quest! Using Games to Juice Your Science Lessons Up. Schaffhauser, Dian 1669
Teachers Optimistic About Tech to Advance Learning. Nagel, David Editorial 464
TEACHING with TECHNOLOGY: In our third-annual ed tech survey, teachers reveal an overwhelmingly positive attitude toward tech in the classroom and its impact on teaching, learning and professional development. Nagel, David 1651
THE PROMISE (AND PITFALLS) OF AI FOR EDUCATION: Artificial intelligence could have a profound impact on learning, but it also raises key questions. Pierce, Dennis; Hathaway, Alice 1313
The STEAM-Powered Elementary School: Montour Elementary School's latest makerspace, the first of its kind powered by Lego Education, wasn't the school's first advanced, hands-on learning lab, and it won't be its last. Nagel, David 2444
When Can You Search a Student's Phone? Johnson, Ariel Fox 599

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