The Fort Thomas Independent School District, the highest rated district in Kentucky, will host an open house for other districts across the state to demonstrate on site how digital learning tools are used in the district.
No.Inc, an educational technology software development company, has launched a special education transition portfolio system for high school students in Maryland who are transitioning out of special education.
Today, students are interacting with content on large touchscreen flat panels. Soon, they could be using immersive head-mounted displays.
MobyMax, a provider of personalized curricula, has launched a new cognitive skills social studies curriculum for grades 1 and 2 with grades 3-8 coming by August.
Two universities, California State University, Fullerton and Lehigh University, have earned certification from a nonprofit organization for their emphasis on the use of technology in learning in their teacher preparation programs.
A Boston-based nonprofit, the Institute for the Study of Coherence and Emergence, has introduced a research tool called Epi-Search, that can allow researchers to write queries of scholarly materials as long as 10,000 words.
InFocus today introduced two lightweight, compact DLP projectors designed for ultra-portability.
Batavia City School District in New York will provide every student in the high school with a Chromebook beginning in fall 2016.
Washington's Ocean Beach School District has adopted an adaptive learning program in an effort to accelerate student growth.
This week’s blog post is about how CN un-traumatized ES after his professional development "experience." Without CN, he presided over a 50-minute session on how to use our Collabrify Apps in the K-12 classroom, at a one-day professional development event at a regional high school. ES thought that telling teachers how to use technology in their classrooms was a '90s strategy — not a today's strategy.
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway