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21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


K-12 Students on Tech in Schools: More, Please

Half of middle and high school students judge the amount of technology use in their schools as "moderate." A third of them consider that just fine; but 55 percent would rather see more technology in use, according to a new survey from CompTIA.

Student Reading Practices Lag Far Behind National Goals

As new learning standards put more emphasis on getting students to be able to read and analyze non-fiction text, a new report suggests that classrooms have a long way to go.

Amplify Introduces a System to Personalize PD

The system starts with a diagnostic survey to help educators analyze their instructional practices. Based on the survey results, interactive maps show each educator his or her areas of strength and need.

How a Free App Helps a Math Specialist Teach to the Common Core

Ann Elise Record, the elementary math specialist at Brown Elementary School and Hillside Elementary School in Berlin, NH, shares her experiences with Front Row, an app that facilitates small-group instruction and encourages students to work at their own level.

ClearOne Rolls Out PTZ Camera for Collaboration

ClearOne has introduced the UNITE PTZ Camera, a high-resolution 1080p60 video camera that can connect directly to any PC or laptop through USB 3.0.

WebAssign Adds Canvas, Brightspace Integrations

WebAssign has partnered with Instructure and Desire2Learn in an effort to make it easier for students to access WebAssign course content through the companies' respective learning management systems, Canvas and Brightspace.

NEC Display Rolls Out Ultra-Short-Throw Projectors for Collaboration

NEC Display Solutions of America has announced two ultra-short-throw projectors designed for collaboration.

Stratasys Debuts Free 3D Printing Curriculum

Stratasys has launched a 3D printing curriculum for secondary and post-secondary students.

Bradfield Updates Transliteracy Ed Game

The Bradfield Company has released a new episode of it transliteracy resource, Inanimate Alice, and a new pilot program for schools and districts with 1-to-1 computing programs.

Personalized Learning: Is It?

“Personalized learning” is rapidly gaining popularity in the United States. In our blog we cast a critical eye on this specific use of technology in education. Cutting to the chase — and answering the question in the blog’s title — no.

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