Mobile Learning

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Mobile Devices Enhance Learning Opportunities

Mobile technology is transforming classrooms. Learn how teachers and students are reaching greater success and experiencing dynamic education with today’s opportunities.

Technology Drives STEM Learning

Turn STEM into Students’ Favorite Subjects of the Day

Technology has an amazing ability to increase student engagement, especially in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) subjects.

Real-world, hands-on learning is made possible with the right technology, like the Lenovo ThinkPad® Yoga 12 Ultrabook. And that’s the kind of holistic teaching that transforms how students learn. The STEM Success eGuide outlines how technology-driven STEM programs can create dynamic, active learning environments that prepare the next generation of STEM workers.

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Boosting Humanities with the Right Technology

New Ways to Learn

For awhile now, schools have put an emphasis on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). But increasingly, educators and researchers are re-focusing on the importance of humanities, particularly in the middle grades, to prepare students for workplace success.

Technology has played a central role in STEM teaching and is just as critical to humanities learning initiatives. Learn how and why it’s so important to select the right devices, like the ThinkCentre® M93z All-in-One or ThinkPad® 11e, to realize the full benefits of technology-driven humanities learning in the New Ways to Learn eGuide.

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Using Technology with K-3 Students

Help Young Students Thrive—Today and Down the Road

A child’s first years in school lay the foundation for success in middle school, high school, college, and beyond. Research shows that using technology in grades K-3 can help students develop critical skills, such as collaboration and cooperation, that will benefit them the rest of their lives.

Making the Match: Right-Sized Technology for K-3 Students looks at the developmental, social, and academic needs of younger learners, and how the right devices can help boost student engagement, improve the success of technology-driven learning initiatives, and ultimately, accelerate student achievement. Just click the button to access the white paper.

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