K-12 Technology News
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Education company Pearson has updated its adaptive K-8 Title I-oriented reading and math software SuccessMaker.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
New York City's Success Academy Charter Schools has launched a virtual tour designed to give educators a look at its design and innovative teaching and learning approach.
Stanford University's Project for Education Research that Scales has introduced a set of free online resources, dubbed the Mindset Kit, designed to help educators and parents understand how to help students develop learning mindsets.
EDUonGo, an e-learning platform, and EdGate Correlation Services, a provider of educational standards and correlation services, have partnered to help K-12 educators access free online resources, including open educational resources.
Only 18 states require elementary teacher candidates to complete specific courses in literacy education, according to a report from the International Literacy Association.
The second annual CampBUILD for high school students at Texas A&M University focused on project-based learning in STEM subjects.
The new science curriculum, employing more than 20,000 manipulatives, is intended to help students develop their cognitive skills.
Hobsons has introduced a game-based learning platform designed to personalize test preparation for students.
Kognito, a developer of immersive learning simulations related to challenging conversations, has created two new mental health products for schools: At-Risk for PK-12 Educators and Friend2Friend.
Atlanta's Graduation Achievement Charter High School will deploy curriculum from a provider of blended learning tools for more than 2,000 students.