Adobe has released Connect Mobile 2.1, an update to the conferencing and collaboration tool for iOS and Android.
More than 100 teachers from Catholic schools run by the Diocese of San Jose will participate in a year of professional development to earn a certificate in blended learning in an effort to improve educational outcomes for students.
The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) have released the latest addition to the collaborative Closing the Gap: Turning Data into Action project.
Electronics giant Sony is looking for educators to participate in its Sony Education Ambassador program.
Missouri has entered into an agreement to develop performance-based assessments for teacher candidates seeking licenses.
Knowledge Delivery Systems, a provider of online professional development courses, has partnered with nonprofit Common Sense Media to make four Internet safety courses available to K-12 teachers.
Teachers will now have free access to implementation-related Common Core State Standards (CCSS) resources and materials, along with an open-source learning management system, via a partnership between the National Math and Science Initiative and the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers.
From video lessons to full courses, there's an enormous amount of professional development available online. But where does it fit in with districts' existing delivery methods?
- By Jennifer Demski
As part of the New Mexico Public Education Department's four-year plan to adopt Common Core State Standards across all its districts and schools, the organization has chosen a service provider for Common Core-specific professional development for its educators.
Blended Schools Network, a non-profit focused on online learning, will launch a massive open online course to help teachers improve their curation of online learning materials and strengthen their professional networks.