Teachers Paul Werner and Geoffrey Clarion offer seven techniques you can use to enhance your approach to flipped learning.More
Google is launching Google Play for Education, a package that combines Android-based tablets with management tools and software designed specifically for K-12 schools.More
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Samsung has teamed up with Advanced Education to bring its Samsung School solution to Canada. More
MasteryConnect has created a new education service that takes a pinboard-based approach to social sharing, with a focus on tools and tips for teaching Common Core State Standards. More
The J. Paul Getty Museum is extending its open educational content program to Khan Academy. Through a partnership with Khan, the museum is providing a variety of art history and art resources with the aim of "developing a rich personalized learning environment across a broad variety of topics, from the making of a medieval manuscript to the conservation of Old Master paintings."More
Echo360 has released a minor update to its flagship lecture capture platform, EchoSystem. The new release, EchoSystem version 5.3 Service Pack 2, includes a number of tweaks designed to improve performance and compatibility with third-party learning management systems.More
STEM Central, as website housing more than 3,000 links to STEM-related resources, has upgraded its site to include tools that allow teachers to evaluate and rank resources and add their own links.
New platform includes tools and curricula designed to personalize the learning experience. More
Two education entities in Florida have teamed up with a technology company to develop a new teaching and learning platform over the next year.More
One hand washes the other; time for us to help each other in using mobile devices effectively in the classroom. Teachers, please, send us a curricular tip on how you use mobile devices in your classroom. We will publish your tips in our blog; thank you!More