Tech Talent South, an Atlanta-based company that provides entry-level Web development and coding education, has launched news initiatives designed to get teachers and women involved in the technology community.
Some teachers in Wyoming are learning how to better use assistive technologies thanks to a new program launched by the University of Wyoming's Wyoming Institute for Disabilities.
Through live or video-based observations, school and district observers or Insight’s team of content-area coaches can use the platform to provide feedback, identify and share specific examples of great teaching and organize resources so that educators can access the information they need.
- By Christopher Piehler
A STEM-focused teaching center at Framingham State University in Massachusetts will shortly open its registration process for summer 2014.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Tennessee's Oak Ridge Schools has entered into a six-year agreement with a private partner as part of its "digital transformation," which includes one-to-one computing and science, technology, engineering and math initiatives.
HP's new printer offers secure wireless printing from mobile devices. The company is also launching a free five-module course to help teachers incorporate technology into their teaching practices
The Discovery Educator Network is launching a series of free professional development opportunities designed to help teachers integrate educational technology into their classrooms.
Working Examples (WEx) and BloomBoard have partnered to expand the number of professional development resources available to educators through BloomBoard.
The Vermont Agency of Education has created the Vermont Professional Learning Network to help educators throughout the state implement Common Core State Standards.
The CEO of Insight Education shares the lessons he has learned working with districts to implement Common Core State Standards and new teacher evaluation systems at the same time.