Wrap-up of August school technology news items – Cincinnati Enquirer

Welcome to the start of a new school year! August was quit a month for area K-12 technology news in the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Schools are increasing the use of iPads, allowing students to bring in their own tech tools, and embracing learning and sharing opportunities for teachers to advance their knowledge on the use of instructional technologies.

Below is a quick run down of technology items in schools for the month of August along with links to the original articles in the Cincinnati Enquirer.

School districts putting Facebook limits on teachers – some schools creating specific policies on Facebook “friending.”

Mariemont expands school technology program – one-to-one pilot program expanding to lower grades

Technology changes at local school districts – new technologies and new learning experiences – is your district noted?

Teachers talk tech at Indian Hill event – focus on the HCESC Tech Academy at Indian Hill featuring area educators sharing their use of technology in the classroom

Schools making room for iPads – area schools move beyond the laptop

Loveland City Schools welcome laptops, cell phones to class – a range of new opportunities opened up to students

Know of an article we missed on your school? Let us know!