21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


Tech Night Replaces Traditional Open House in Oregon School

Instead of a traditional open house, a 564-student school in Oregon recently ran its first "technology night," to show its community of families how it was using technology in the classroom.

GoGuardian for Teachers Adds Google Classroom Integration

GoGuardian has integrated its GoGuardian for Teachers classroom management and communication tool with Google Classroom.

Alabama District Nears Complete Rollout of 1-to-1 Program

Alexander City Schools is nearing the end of a two-year rollout of a 1-to-1 program that will eventually see a computer in the hands of each of its 3,400 students.

3D-Printable Fossil Collection Adds 400 Monkey Skulls

MorphoSource, a database of downloadable files for printing fossils, has added scans of 400 skulls, along with other bones, from 59 different species of monkey.

Coalition Brings Online Career and Technical Ed to Wisconsin

Fox Valley Technical College, the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139, the McFarland School District and K12 have partnered to launch Destinations Career Academy of Wisconsin, an online high school focused on career and technical education, the state's first such school.

Building a Class Helper: A Proposal, Part 3 of 3

In this tutorial, part three in a series of three, Anderson University Associate Professor Emmett Dulaney lays out a proposal for a simple, yet indispensable classroom helper tool.

Ohio State U Unveils K-12 Digital Content Partnership Program

Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology's SpotOn, a free database evaluating K-12 digital content, has launched a new partnership in an effort to improve digital curricula.

3D Technologies Add Another Dimension to Learning

New enhancements to 3D instruction create a more immersive, interactive experience

School Specialty Debuts Blended Reading Intervention Program

School Specialty has launched iSPIRE, an interactive reading intervention program for students in grades preK-8.

Chromebooks: Things we Love, Things We Love Not So Much

Reportedly some 30,000 Chromebooks come online in K-12 each day. There are positive and negative aspects to that, though, as far as we can tell, the Chromebook invasion is mostly a good thing for education.

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