EDUonGo, an e-learning platform, and EdGate Correlation Services, a provider of educational standards and correlation services, have partnered to help K-12 educators access free online resources, including open educational resources.
The new science curriculum, employing more than 20,000 manipulatives, is intended to help students develop their cognitive skills.
Hobsons has introduced a game-based learning platform designed to personalize test preparation for students.
Kognito, a developer of immersive learning simulations related to challenging conversations, has created two new mental health products for schools: At-Risk for PK-12 Educators and Friend2Friend.
Nureva has launched a new version of its e-portfolio tool, Troove, that will allow students to sign in using their Google Apps for Education accounts.
Atlanta's Graduation Achievement Charter High School will deploy curriculum from a provider of blended learning tools for more than 2,000 students.
The new digital resource for use in grades pre-K–6 digitizes books and integrates them through a portal with audio, video, interactive activities, slideshows, Google maps, quizzes, curated Web links and keywords.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
The Lone Pine Unified School District has gone public with its use of an online speech therapy service.
Over the past 20 years, boosters of several new technologies have promised to “revolutionize education.” In this week’s post, we review the various predictions about laptops, interactive whiteboards, iPads and Chromebooks. Ah, techies and their penchant for hyperbole....
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway
Stacie Isenberg, the technology integration coach at Blairsville-Saltsburg School District (PA), talks about helping teachers use the Shutterfly Photo Story app to teach to a variety of standards.
- By Christopher Piehler