Listen in on our conversation with MST about how schools have adapted and overcome the obstacles of teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’re a year into this challenge, going into the second. Students, teachers, parents, principals, IT directors, and superintendents – we’ve all dug deep to make teaching work. To make learning possible. We’ve all spent several late and sleepless nights making sure that our kids learn with as little disruption as possible. We turned education on […]
AMHERST, N.Y. — School districts across Western New York are hoping to have students back into the classroom full-time by the fall. But for now, hybrid models are in place.
It’s Extreme Makeover: Classroom Edition. This is Buffalo startup Ink Labs’ interactive panel system, just one piece of technology that’s part of a $25,000 giveaway.
Ink Labs — a Western New York company that builds interactive technology solutions to engage students and empower teachers — announced the launch of the 2021 Ink Labs Classroom Technology Makeover Contest.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Ink Labs, an education technology company, has been producing educational tools for schools and teachers to make remote learning more exciting.
Expanding a Virtual Academy Teacher’s View; Piloting a Tech Unit That Benefits Students and Teachers
When Lindsey Mack, a virtual academy teacher at Windermere Boulevard Elementary School, wants to see all her remote fifth-grade students on one screen, she can.
The Tonawanda City School District is working to roll out mobile flat panel displays to teachers in the Middle/High School, with a goal of completing the rollout by June 2021.
Ink Labs – a Western New York company that builds interactive technology solutions to engage students and empower teachers – announced the launch of the 2021 Ink Labs classroom technology makeover contest. This promo is open to classroom teachers at any school in the eight counties of Western New York.
SALAMANCA — As a measure to protect students and staff in schools, the Salamanca City Central School District has implemented thermal temperature cameras at building entrances prior to the start of the school year.