At first glance, it looks like a typical classroom. But if you look closer, you will see a state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind teaching facility not found on any other college campus.
The Research Center for Educational Technology (RCET) was founded in 1999 to study the potential of technology to improve teaching and learning.
The overall mission of RCET is to serve as the University and College’s flagship center for research, policy, and practice related to cutting-edge technologies in teaching and learning. Such technologies have included 3D, mobile learning, online and blended learning, games and simulations, and virtual reality.
Learn more about RCET projects and AT&T Classroom activities.
The Research Center for Educational Technology was recently awarded a grant from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation to support RCET’s project, Developing Computational Thinkers in Northeast Ohio Schools.
It has been an exciting year in the AT&T Classroom with classes exploring a variety of innovative tools for teaching and learning. We have been so impressed and inspired by the work of the visiting teachers and students.
RCET would like to thank the following teachers & schools who have participated during the 2014-15 year:
A $952,000 National Science Foundation grant to researchers at Kent State University will result in a mobile device application to help visitors to Cuyahoga Valley National Park learn more about the park’s history and ecology and become “citizen scientists” by sharing their findings with others.