Mimio has released new versions of three of its interactive learning tools: MimioStudio, MimioMobile, and MimioCapture Ink Recorder.
Lectora is kicking off a private beta of a new cloud-based, on-demand learning management system, Lectora Express LMS.
Learning.com has released Inquiry, a new project-based online learning curriculum designed to support Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for kindergarten through grade 8.
Pivot Charter School, a free, public school opening this fall, aims to give middle school and high school students a learn-at-your-own-pace education
Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD) has unveiled a new software suite for education called the Education Solutions Program, which is intended for K-12 teachers, students, administrators, and parents.
Almost half of high school parents and students in grades 6 to 12 would like more online courses, but only 17 percent of teachers are interested in teaching online classes and only 20 percent use online curriculum in their classrooms, according to a new report.
New controlled browser aims to keep students engaged and on task.
More than 98% of high school classrooms have internet access, yet teachers routinely assign projects created with paper, glue, and scissors. Using these great Web 2.0 tools, even the least tech savvy teachers and students can easily produce high quality work that is meaningful.
Teaching Channel, a non-profit teacher development site that hosts instructional videos for teachers, has launched Teaching Channel Teams, a collaborative professional development platform for schools, districts, and states where teachers and teacher leaders can work together in a secure environment.
New systems securely conceal classroom AV components above a suspended ceiling.