Scholastic Learning Zone provides teachers across the globe with access to instructional programs offering material appropriate for their respective regions.
Blackboard has added a new supports for at-risk students to its learning management system, Blackboard Learn. The new retention tool is one of several enhancements added to the latest version of Blackboard Learn, Release 9.1 Service Pack 12.
New reading program features a number of digital support tools for teachers, including e-planner and practice and assessment app with real-time reporting.
Published by Brookes Publishing Co, <i>Instructional Technology in Early Childhood: Teaching in the Digital Age</i> is a problem-solving guide for pre-K and kindergarten, written to help educators choose and use instructional technology to improve outcomes and ensure that children with and without disabilities are actively engaged.
- By Christopher Piehler
New online resource features digital books and magazines covering a range of topics from science and nature to history and world cultures
What was once a futuristic technology is now giving students an immersive way to learn from the world around them.
- By Jennifer Demski
Curriki's new, free online math course will aim to teach Geometry through real-world learning activities.
We can't ask teachers to use 1:1 computing devices (BYOD or school-purchased) while still giving them only pencil-and-paper curriculum and askign them to figure it out on their own. We need to give teachers new curriculum, with detailed lessons that exploit the affordances of the computing devices, if we want to see increases in student achievement.
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway
The best way to drive student achievement is to meaningfully connect with students. The best way to do that is through technology.
- By Mark A. Edwards
A Georgia K-12 school uses a specialized search and curation engine to deliver age-appropriate, Common-Core-aligned web resources to its students.
- By Bridget McCrea