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As education continues to evolve, so must the tools we give our educators. With that in mind, the latest tablet from Sony, the Xperia Z, offers great production tools for learners and educators alike—allowing classrooms to take the Sony mantra of “make.believe” to new heights.Learn More →
This post shares 10 great online resources for exploratory learning.Learn More →
Not all of the classrooms have HDMI connections to TVs or projectors. Now, hopefully you can quickly and easily still project your tablet image in your classroom even if VGA is your method of connectivity.Learn More →
Here's my cry: Let my devices play nicely together!!! Here is one solution to project my Android device that is turning out to be wildly successful for me, regardless of the computer's operating system I'm using!Learn More →
Techsmith's Coach's Eye app can be used for way more than just sports and can become that elusive recordable whiteboard app.Learn More →
Welcome to Sony's Education Ambassador (SEA) community. Our site is fueled by expert advice from our SEAs – a network of distinguished educators – and you.
The SEA mission is to provide solutions for educators looking to implement technology in the classroom and foster dialogue about how technology can enhance student learning.
Rushton Hurley Rushton is the founder and executive director of Next Vista for Learning, which houses a free library of videos by and for teachers and students at NextVista.org. His graduate research at Stanford University included using speech recognition technology with beginning students of Japanese in computer-based role-playing scenarios for developing language skills. In the 1990s his work with teenagers at a high school in California led him to begin using internet and video technologies to make learning more active, helping him reach students who had struggled under more traditional approaches. ... MORE