Banks Are Most Trusted With Personal Data

June 26, 2014

The British public trusts banks more than any other service or industry with their personal information, according to a survey released today. A YouGov poll commissioned by Symantec has revealed 55 percent of UK adults rate banks and building societies as highly trustworthy, but the results are less encouraging for other sectors and services. Source



May 17, 2014

Clashing metal shielded behind Plexiglas with animated students rallied for destruction is just another day in the ambitious world of BattleBots. Source


Education and Technology

May 16, 2014

Since Caveman times the culture and attitudes toward education have changed immensely and a lot of the shift in attitude has been due to technology. This infographic provides a timeline to show the change in education, shift in attitude and how technology has contributed to it. Source


Go. Study.

October 29, 2013

Make studying more convenient for students and they’ll study more. Sounds simple, huh? Well it’s true. It turns out that students who study their flashcards on mobile devices are getting a ton of benefits from their mobile study sessions by taking advantage of the opportunity to study everywhere they go. Hard to believe? Take a […]


Students Love Technology

October 27, 2013

This infographic provides statistics for how much students use technology for their daily lives. It also provides information for what students specifically use technology for. Source

Data Points: Radioheads

Data Points: Radioheads

October 1, 2013

Millennials spend most of their waking moments glued to one screen or another, but music still occupies most of their media time. Source

Should Teachers Become Facebook Friends Students

Should Teachers Become Facebook Friends Students

June 1, 2013

With the rise of social networking services, the teacher/student relationship is perhaps more delicate than ever. An infographic has been revealed by Masters in that deals with the issue of the teacher/student relationship on Facebook. Source

The State of the School Lunch

The State of the School Lunch

May 31, 2013

Thanks to new nutritional reforms proposed by the USDA, school meals are getting a makeover. Here, a snapshot of where our cafeterias have been for the past 15 years, the new recommendations set forth by the USDA, and what kids might receive on their lunch trays this year. Source

Is Twitter Hurting Your Grades?

Is Twitter Hurting Your Grades?

May 16, 2013

Two weeks ago I posted my thoughts and additional research evidence in response to the “Is Social Media Ruining Students?” infographic. I’ve often hoped that someone would create an infographic that used my data but that also didn’t jump to sensational conclusions. Source

Celebrate National School Lunch Week 2011

Celebrate National School Lunch Week 2011

April 20, 2013

National School Lunch Week (NSLW) 2011 begins Monday, October 10 and runs through the week to October 14. It’s important that we help students understand where food comes from and the nutritional benefits that go along with the food they consume. Source


The Need-to-Knows of a Future Nurse

March 1, 2013

The Need-to-Knows of a future nurse. Source


In Schools We Trust?

February 27, 2013

Just 34 percent of Americans say they have faith in the public school system, an all-time low. Many of them say budget problems are to blame, but they also think better teachers would fix the problem. Source