Technologies For Teachers

For Teachers

Cybersecurity: how to teach students to use Internet responsibly

Teachers play a key role in educating young students on how to use the Internet - and technology in general - in a responsible and safe way.

Discover Math with GeoGebra

Acer is partnering with GeoGebra combines interactive geometry, algebra, calculus and statistics in one easy-to-use app for all levels of mathematics education.

How teachers can improve learning thanks to Acer Classroom Manager

Acer Classroom Manager (ACM) is a feature-rich software solution designed to make classroom management easier.

7 ideas to integrate Technology in Classroom

Technology in classroom is an absolute must since we have fully entered the digital age. Here are 7 ideas to do integrate it in an easy and engaging way.

How teachers can use technology to develop Creative Learning

Technology can be a strong vehicle to help teachers bringing out creative values from students. Developing a Creative Learning approach, educators can use technology to activate, blend and strengthen multiple inner skills in their classrooms.

How EduTech can make teaching more impactful

Online learning, Artificial Intelligence, Gaming Platforms: Education Technology offers many solutions to improve the teaching method of educators, making it more impactful.

Managing the classroom in a smarter way through Google Classroom

Google Classroom, a free web service for classrooms, schools and educational institutes who have a personal Google Account and want to create, organize, manage and distribute assignments in a paperless way. Let’s learn more about it.

Microsoft Intune for Education: a cloud solution suited for any school

Microsoft Intune for Education is a cloud-based application and device management service that is built on the proven Microsoft Intune service, offering easy setup and management in shared learning environments.

Do maths having fun: Ink math assistant in Microsoft OneNote

Introducing Ink math assistant in OneNote, Microsoft has made maths a funnier and less complex subject, helping students to learn more easily.