Take interactive learning to a new level. Give students, parents, and
educators access to their courses, content and organizations on their mobile devices.
St. Hilda's School is setting the bar for K-12 schools worldwide. Using mobile technology, St. Hilda's is able to engage all of its stakeholders with a more personalized learning approach. Listen to the prespectives of two students.
Teaching and learning on a mobile device is about offering accessibility and is about bridging the gap between the way that students live and the way that they learn. Read how Amarillo Independent School District and Arlington Public Schools have harnessed mobile technology.
Download the St. Hilda's School Mobile Central Application from the iTunes Store to see how students, teachers and parents stay connected.
Give students and teachers access to all of the content available in the their web interface, with the added ability to access documents in multiple formats, post announcements, create discussion threads and posts, and comment on blogs and journals. Watch the Blackboard Mobile webinar to learn more about our mobile products.
Read "Best Practices for Mobile-Friendly Courses" to learn ways to optimize the learning experience and to provide the most universal access to course materials for mobile users. Read about emerging trends, implementation considerations and strategies for implementing mobile learning initiatives. This report, written by Project Tomorrow, compiles data from the 2009 Speak Up survey about 21st Century Learning Trends.
Edison Township Public Schools is changing the way schools in the district engage with parents and the Edison community with the release of their new mobile application, "My Edison."
Watch the webinar recording to hear Superintendent Richard O’Malley speak about the role that parental engagement plays in K-12 education, and how providing parents with mobile access to the information they need is a necessary step to help them stay involved in their children's education.
Edison Township Public Schools in the Palm of Your Hand