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21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


District Gets Teachers Up to Date With New Training Subsite

A K-8 district in Bakersfield, CA, helped teachers make the transition to a 1-to-1 laptop program by creating a subsite on its own Web site where they could share their experiences to help each other.

OpenEd Launches Homework Tool for Teachers

OpenEd has launched OpenEd Homework, an online tool designed to help teachers assign, review and grade homework.

Series of 8 New Epson Projectors Offer Longer Lamp Life

The company says its new PowerLite projector series will be more affordable for teachers.

University, Tech Provider Partner on Free Online Calculus Materials for High School

The University of Waterloo and Maplesoft will offer free online courses for high school students in precalculus and calculus.

Amazon Debuts Kindle Textbook Creator

Amazon has launched a new segment of Kindle Direct Publishing, KDP EDU, targeted at educators and authors of textbooks and other educational content.

NVBots Launches 3D Printing Lesson Library

3D Printer provider NVBots has launched NV Library, a collection of lesson plans that include 3D printing.

Classroom Orchestrator Now Available on Chromebooks

Lightspeed Systems' classroom management tool, introduced in November, can be used on more devices now.

'Soon We'll All Be Gamers'

Are games really a waste of time? For Jane McGonigal, the first person to earn a Ph.D. in the study of the effects of gaming, they're a crucial part of what makes us human — a crucial part that doesn't get the attention it deserves.

Mentoring Minds Updates Total Motivation for Data-Driven Decisions

Mentoring Minds had unveiled an updated version of its supplemental curriculum, Total Motivation, in an effort to help administrators make better decisions.

Report: Many Schools Have Implemented Common Core, Lack Bandwidth for Tests

In districts that have adopted the Common Core State Standards, 95.7 percent of schools have already implemented the standards or are in the process of doing so, while the remaining 4.3 percent are still in the planning stage, according to a new survey of public school principals. However, only 53.6 percent report that they have sufficient bandwidth to conduct online assessments.