K-12 Technology News
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Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School has deployed adjustable standing desks in a freshman geography class in an effort to support project-based learning and open collaboration.
PresenceLearning and Fuel Education have partnered to deliver a live, online special education solution designed to provide schools and districts with greater access to service providers for special education students from kindergarten to grade 12.
Waterford Institute’s SmartStart software and offline resources are designed to help pre-kindergarten teachers make sure their students are ready to start school.
New tools should make online resources more accessible in 1-to-1 and blended learning environments.
The Global Oneness Project, a curator of multicultural studies, has launched a multimedia initiative for K-12 and higher education that combines free digital stories and lesson plans.
VideoCentric, a video communications integrator, has launched VideoCloud 365, a new cloud-based videoconferencing service based on the Pexip Infinity virtualized meeting platform.
An Ohio private school has taken advantage of a state grant program to deploy a panic button system.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Winners of the award for creating the best apps will receive tablets, grants for their schools, advanced training and a trip to the Technology Student Association conference.
Epson is hosting a contest that will award interactive LCD projectors to educators.
Vernier has launched new teaching materials and devices designed to help students of all ages understand the principles behind construction and engineering.