Common Sense Education has released their Top 20 EdTech Tools again this year:
Our editorial team published 180 reviews of educational to..
Thanks to MicroK12, I was able to spend some hands-on time with the STEAM Kit from Sam Labs. In this review, I put the STEAM kit through a..
As more and more schools invest in Chromebooks, we like to keep on eye on the evolving market. There is no shortage of options when purcha..
New to the Tech-Savvy Lab is the Wacom Intuos Draw. Jason and I have used the older Bamboo Draw tablets in the past and we are excited to ..
New in the Tech-Savvy Teacher lab are two products from Wacom: The Intuos Pro Paper Edition and the Intuos Draw. We are hard at work putti..
It is no secret that I love Chromebooks! Since first purchasing an early Samsung Chromebook, I have been impressed with the simplicity of..
TechRadar released their list of the best Chromebooks of 2015. This list is from the perspective of an individual consumer. Expectations o..
Are you in need of a website to help you build reading comprehension in your K-8 students? Readwork.org is a great place to start!
As we announced two weeks ago, Amazon has released a $50 Kindle Fire, a color, wifi-enabled tablet based on the Android operating system.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a screen recording must be worth one million! We have been using a new app that is a game cha..