Northside Intermediate School in Texas is replacing textbooks with digital books and iPads in an effort to improve learning outcomes and provide instant feedback.
This week’s blog post provides educators and researchers with information on how to set up classroom-based educational technology research. It’s not for the faint of heart, but progress won’t happen without it!
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway
Attendance in an early childhood program dramatically reduces the chance that a child will need to be placed in pricier special education in third grade, according to research just published by Duke University.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Extron has introduced five new Ethernet controllers with enhanced security.
PresenceLearning and Fuel Education have partnered to deliver a live, online special education solution designed to provide schools and districts with greater access to service providers for special education students from kindergarten to grade 12.
Waterford Institute’s SmartStart software and offline resources are designed to help pre-kindergarten teachers make sure their students are ready to start school.
New tools should make online resources more accessible in 1-to-1 and blended learning environments.
The Global Oneness Project, a curator of multicultural studies, has launched a multimedia initiative for K-12 and higher education that combines free digital stories and lesson plans.
The Aldine Independent School District has switched to a new learning management system to manage curriculum, virtual learning, staff development, credit recovery and more.
Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School has deployed adjustable standing desks in a freshman geography class in an effort to support project-based learning and open collaboration.