My Account | Order Status

How Calculators Improve SAT Math Scores

SAT scores are one of the major considerations reviewed by colleges and universities to determine student admissions. Here, SchoolMart discusses the various ways that calculators can help students improve their SAT math scores, without taking away from mathematical comprehension. Calculator Policies for the SAT Math Exam College Board, the overseeing body responsible for the SAT,…

Read More

How Calculators Improve SAT Math Scores

SAT scores are still one of the major components reviewed by colleges and universities to determine student eligibility. Here, SchoolMart details ways calculators can help students improve their SAT math scores, without taking away from mathematical comprehension. Calculator Policies for the SAT Math Exam College Board, the overseeing body responsible for the SAT, has mandated…

Read More

Teaching Children Appropriate “Netiquette”

Although teaching good online manners should begin at home, teachers are an invaluable resource in ensuring a kinder online world. Here, SchoolMart details ways to reinforce responsible online behavior. Explain the Importance of Keeping Online Information Secure Just as a child may have a special, secure box or place where all their favorite possessions are…

Read More

Tips to Help Teachers Who Struggle with Technology

Technology is changing and improving daily, and it can be difficult for those unused to such innovations. Here, the technology experts at SchoolMart details ways school administration can facilitate technology use for teachers, creating a tech-savvy school environment. Many teachers were not themselves raised in a technological school environment, and may be hesitant to implement…

Read More

Dispelling Myths About Technology in the Classroom

The teaching world is intensely divided by technology, with some staunchly in favor, and others vehemently against. Here, the technology experts at SchoolMart attempt to dispel the myths surrounding technology in schools. Myth One: Technology is dangerous for students, and promotes cyberbullying. Access should be restricted for the good of our students. Technology is merely…

Read More

How TI Made Calculators a Classroom Staple

Calculators have become so ubiquitous in the STEM classroom that it is difficult to imagine a time where they were not. Here, the school technology experts at TechMart discuss the history of TI’s classroom impact, and how calculators benefit STEM students. The first electronic calculators, much like the Casio Computer Company’s Model 14-A, were big…

Read More

Why Integrate Technology into Classrooms

Gone are the days of paper and pencil, chalkboard, and overhead projectors: the modern classroom has gone high-tech. Here, the technology experts at SchoolMart explain why technology is beneficial to learning in the classroom. Some may despair, and some rejoice, but all must acknowledge the permanent presence of technology in society today. The current generation…

Read More

The Calculator: A Brief History

Having a basic understanding of the development of technology over the course of history can help us to predict the potential growth of technology to come. Here, the professionals at Techmart take you through the history of the calculator, and how we came to have the ubiquitous devices we use every day. It is almost…

Read More

Social Media in the Classroom; Friend or Foe?

For teachers, bringing technology and social media into the classroom can be daunting at first, especially if it is new to the teacher themselves, or the school. But, introducing the latest tools and technologies does not have to be frightening. With a little practice, social media can be a great ally to both the educator’s…

Read More

How Technology is Changing Education

Over 50 years ago, Bob Dylan said “the times they are a’changin,” and oh how right he was. The educational landscape that today’s students are experiencing is drastically different from the classrooms we knew as students. But, in this case, change is not necessarily a bad thing. Emerging technology is giving students a path to…

Read More