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Technology allows for greater understanding: the case study of Cranford Community College, UK

Cranford Community College wants to stand out as a leading school for IT equipment, so it decided to install 720 Acer XC-705 desktops and KA240 monitors in to classrooms, IT Suites and the new Innovation Centre.

Is Artificial Intelligence transforming Education?

Looming as one of the most disruptive technologies in the coming years, even in schools, Artificial Intelligence will be able to make the educational experience more efficient and engaging, both for teachers and students.

How Acer Chromebooks revealed as the best solution in Escuela Paidos, Spain

Acer Chromebooks are the best solution for schools to upgrade and enhance their educational practice. Escuela Paidos, in Spain, decided to integrate more than 150 Acer Chromebooks in its pedagogical plan.

Pioneering the use of Acer Chromebooks in Wheatley Park School, UK

Thanks to a team of teachers with a genuine passion for implementing technology in the classroom, Wheatley Park School can be considered a pioneer in using Google Suite and Acer-Chrome based devices in education.

How digital tools increase learning skills for autistic students

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder are visual learners, so technology can play a fundamental role in their learning process. Here are some digital tools that teachers and educators can use to reach them in a better way.

Fun tech and gamification: how to introduce them at school

Fun tech and gamification motivate students while maximizing their engagement at school.

Is the use of technology an attempt to prevent students’ creativity?

Technology enhances children's creative skills and, if used with consciousness, it helps them to grow and self-realize.

Acer Chrome-based devices at Glostrup School, Denmark

Acer Chrome-based devices represent the newest way to improve communication and collaboration inside classrooms. Choosing to install 26 Acer All-in-one PCs, Glostrup School has inaugurated the First Danish Google Classroom.

Generation Z: what is the future of classrooms?

Generation Z is the next generation of college students - currently aged 11 to 17 years old. They consider technology in the classroom essential to nurture their creativity and prepare them for their future career.

21st Century Skills: what students need to succeed in today’s society

21st Century Skills are the abilities students need to succeed in our information-based society. Learn more about the P21 Framework for 21st Century Learning and Acer's solutions to develop students' skills.