21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


New Action Game Focuses on Coding Skills

Kuato Studios has introduced Code Warriors, a 3D action game that calls on players to hone their coding skills.

A Digital Storytelling Playground

In 2012, Lee-Scott Academy launched its iConnect to Excellence technology initiative to great success. Two years later, LSA looked to demonstrate and emphasize its advancement in technology integration by launching #iConnect2.0 — a technology refresher and much more.

Origo To Give Grants for Math Instruction Software

The creator of the Stepping Stones software will give districts $100,000 in a competitive process to help with their math instruction.

$800K Study To Test Efficacy of Digital Learning Tool

A National Science Foundation grant will allow researchers at North Carolina State University to study how digital learning programs can best benefit students.

zSpace Updates Software with 250 New STEAM Lessons

zSpace, a company that provides virtual reality tools for education, has expanded its software offerings.

CompTIA Unveils Free Raspberry Pi Webinar for Teachers

The Creating IT Futures Foundation, CompTIA's philanthropic arm, has launched a free, on-demand webinar designed to help teachers introduce Raspberry Pi computers to their classrooms.

Curriculum Associates Debuts Common Core Tools

Curriculum Associates has updated its i-Ready reading, language arts and mathematics program in an effort to provide teachers insight into how well their students understand the Common Core State Standards.

Smithsonian Learning Lab Receives Grant To Study Use of Digital Learning Resources

The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access has received $500,000 in funding from Carnegie Corporation of New York for a two-year study of teacher and student use of the Smithsonian Learning Lab's digital learning resources.

Schools Adopt LMS/SIS Combo

Three K-12 organizations have gone public with their adoption of software that integrates the functionality of both a learning management system and a student information system.

High Stakes Computer Testing Reaches Tipping Point

For the first time ever, most states will be giving their end-of-year, high-stakes tests in elementary and middle school via technology other than pencil and paper.

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