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21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


$2 Million Grant To Fund Pilot in Online AP Instruction

Entering its second year, the Davidson Next Initiative in North Carolina is creating a suite of online instructional units to improve student outcomes in difficult AP courses.

App Launched To Boost Student Interest in Congress

The Student Governmental Affairs Program now has an interactive app for high school students.

Splashtop Now Allows Remote Access to Whiteboards From More Devices

With a strategic alliance with Sharp now in place, Splashtop can be used remotely with Aquos Boards.

Gaming in the Post-Information School

With all the facts in the world constantly at their fingertips, today’s students need skills that they can learn best from … games?

Report: Teachers Better at Using Tech than Digital Native Students

It's time to give up the notion that "digital natives" are more tech savvy than their teachers. According to a recent study of middle school science students and teachers, the teachers tended to have greater technology use.

Blended Learning Provides Pathway to Success for High School Students

Joseph Rapposelli, administrator of the Red Clay Consolidated School District's blended learning program, explains how his dristrict helped expand course options and prepare students for college with one of Delaware's first blended learning initiatives.

E-Library of Research Materials Bulks Up Literature Collection

A company that supplies research materials to students for their own academic assignments has added 20,000 topics in the field of literature.

Mimio Rolls Out Interactive Touch Boards for Classrooms

Mimio this week launched a pair of interactive touch boards. The new MimioBoard line includes 78-inch and 87-inch models, each offering six-point touch.

Netop Debuts Classroom Workflow App for iPads

Netop has released a new classroom workflow management app, Vision ME, in an effort to make teaching with iPads easier.

How Connecting the Community Transformed a Rural School District

Superintendent Matt Akin used federal funding to make the entire town of Piedmont, AL, wireless as a way to increase equity for students, about half of whom did not have Internet access at home.

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