21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources

Splashtop Adds Airplay Receiver for Mirroring iOS Devices

Splashtop has launched Mirroring360 Airplay Receiver to allow users to mirror media from iOS devices to any other device.

Curriki Debuts Global OER Community, New Site

Curriki has launched the Curriki Global Community, an online library for teachers, students and parents to share learning resources.

Google for Ed Adds Student Reading Soundtrack Service

Booktrack, a company that adds movie-style soundtracks to books, has become a Google for Education partner by offering a free Booktrack Classroom version for schools.

Technology Trumps Quality Teaching for Parents in the Northeast and West

Parents in the Northeast and West believe up-to-date technology is more important than the quality of their teachers. The reverse is true — that high-quality teachers are more important than technology — in the South and Midwest. Those are among several results of a survey of 600 parents conducted by research firm Toluna on behalf of the Follett Corp.

Cricket Media, ThinkCERCA Partner on Literacy Tools

Cricket Media and ThinkCERCA have extended a partnership designed to help improve student literacy.

The Uber-izing of K-12 Is Underway

Charter schools, vouchers and now venture capital! Uber is the model: Squeeze out cost relentlessly, use software and everything will be wonderful! Where do teachers fit into this model?

Curriki Debuts 3 OER Math Curricula

Curriki has launched three new supplemental math curricula aligned to the Common Core State Standards and created using 1,422 open educational resources.

Project-Based Learning Gets Project Manager Make-Over

The concept of "project-based learning" is finally getting a foundation built on formal project management principles.

Florida District Adopts New Tablet-Friendly Math Learning Platform

The Jackson County School District will use Fuel Education’s LearnBop math learning system to align its math studies with new state standards.

Canon to Develop 4K LCOS Projector

Coming soon from Canon: a new model in its REALiS series of LCOS projectors that will display video and still images at a resolution of up to 4,096 x 2,400 pixels.