PBS LearningMedia has launched the free Global Learning and Diplomacy collection for teachers and will host an online classroom discussion before tomorrow's state dinner for France at the White House.
What would you do if your superintendent told you “You Have permission to innovate wildly?” What’s the worst that could happen? What’s the best? And are you willing to find out?
The new releases include a complete kit for studying dynamics.
- By Christopher Piehler
PBS LearningMedia has released a collection of free teaching resources in celebration of the third annual national Digital Learning Day, which will take place Feb. 5.
Mobento has launched a new media player and mobile apps for its curated library of educational videos.
Entrepreneurs looking to launch an edtech startup may apply to participate in Kaplan EdTech Accelerator, a program designed to foster startups focused on education technology. The deadline for applications is May 5.
Districts are finding a variety of ways to gather materials that meet the needs of the 21st century classroom and align with Common Core standards.
- By Bridget McCrea
New online curriculum from Adapt Courseware seeks to hone students' critical thinking, reading comprehension and essay writing skills.
Grants will be used to purchase iPads and e-books, host Minecraft in Education events, develop new digital curriculum and teach students about local economy and commerce.
Scientists and others are going into the deep-sea vents, and they're hoping to bring students along for the ride.
- By Dian Schaffhauser