A half-dozen students in Washington are learning computer science skills at the local headquarters of a game developer.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has launched the HMH Developer Portal, a new online interface where developers, designers and educators can access the company's newly exposed application programming interfaces (APIs) to create new learning applications and integrate them with HMH applications.
The Colorado League of Charter Schools has teamed with a private partner in an effort to improve student assessment at charter schools across the state.
Pro AV vendor Kramer has launched K-Touch 3.0, a cloud-based platform for room control and automation via any Android or iOS device.
Ruth Rumack's Learning Space has launched Essay Coach, an online resource designed to help students in middle school through college use critical thinking to write better essays.
3P Learning’s IntoScience incorporates 3D environments, real-time gaming and structured activities for students in grades 6-8.
NexGen Inquiry is a cloud-based science investigation organizer built by teachers for teachers.
- By Christopher Piehler
Digital technology has taken the world by storm — particularly in the past decade. It makes sense that this trend would have an impact on K-12 learning because there is nothing in modern American society that digital technology has not touched. While the names of the mobile applications and computer programs may change, there are some foundational ways that technology has already changed the face of education forever. Here are four examples.
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.
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.