21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


Van Andel Institute Offers Free Trial of STEM Platform

NexGen Inquiry is a cloud-based science investigation organizer built by teachers for teachers.

Fayette County Schools Selects LMS To Boost Engagement, Achievement

Fayette County Public Schools has adopted a learning management system in an effort to improve student achievement and increase engagement with students, parents and the community.

Using Technology to Help Students Show Their Thinking

Apple Distinguished Educator and Google Certified Teacher Mark Hammons talks about the many ways that technology can help students reveal how they arrived at a given answer.

Harvard Graduate School of Ed Debuts Free Online Library of Student Work

The Harvard Graduate School of Education has launched the Center for Student Work, an online collection of exemplary student projects.

LogTera Launches Mobile App for Personalized Learning

LogTera has launched a new personalized learning app designed to boost teacher productivity and student performance.

A Hot New, Free Resource From the Feds: A Guide for Educational Software Developers

The U.S. Department of Educational Technology has just published an excellent resource for educational software developers. In our review of the guide, we point out that it makes the case that the Rubicon has finally been crossed: Technology is making (and will continue to make) a profound impact on K-12 education.

Edgenuity Introduces Blended Learning Services Portal

The new suite of consulting, coaching and professional resources is designed to help schools and districts implement blended learning programs.

Acer Intros Short-Throw Projector with Sound Powerful Enough for an Auditorium

The new Acer S385WHne professional series projector boasts short-throw technology and 20W integrated audio — enough sound for an auditorium-sized room.

Ricoh Intros 7 New Projectors for Small Spaces

Ricoh’s new series of projection systems will be introduced during the InfoComm 2015 trade show.

How Virtualization Makes BYOD a Viable Alternative to 1-to-1

Educational IT leaders should not be “trying to do the same thing you’ve always done for less money,” but instead “doing something you can’t do any other way,” according to Doug Meade, the director of information technology at York County School Division (VA).

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