21st Century Teaching & Learning Resources


McGraw-Hill Releases Free Intro Kit to Project-Based Literacy

McGraw-Hill Education is offering a free 15-day lesson plan to introduce teachers and students to project-based learning specifically in the area of literacy.

iNACOL To Host Webinar on Data and Personalized Learning

The International Association for K-2 Online Learning will host a free Teacher Talk webinar focused on using technology and data to improve instruction and personalize learning for each student.

7 Tips for Creating Memorable Learning Experiences

Memorable learning, according to Next Vista For Learning founder Rushton Hurley, is outside the book, the school bus and the campus; and it's hands on and engaging and involves talking, being creative and taking risks.

Blackboard CEO Bill Ballhaus Reflects on His First Weeks at the Helm

Ballhaus likes what he sees at the company he now leads, especially the breadth of its offerings and its capabilities.

Stanford's PERTS Adds Private Partner To Spread Growth Mindset

Stanford University's Project for Education research That Scales has partnered with ClassDojo in an effort to bring "growth mindset" to millions of students across the country.

Panasonic Debuts Laser Projector for Education Market

Panasonic has introduced a new laser phosphor projector that officials believe will be most suitable for mid-sized classrooms with about 50 students.

Microsoft Buys Edu Edition of Minecraft, Releases OneNote Classroom Tool

There's been a twist in the fate of the education edition of Minecraft. Microsoft has acquired MinecraftEdu from TeacherGaming and announced that it would be offering a more expanded set of features.

Survey: Teachers Say Tech Distractions More Concerning than Privacy, Security

Most teachers in the United States are more worried about the potential for technology in the classroom to distract students than they are about privacy and security, according to a new survey from Instructure. Respondents also said, however, that they are optimistic about technology's potential to improve learning outcomes, increase access to education and boost the efficiency with which it's delivered.

Georgia Schools Win Grants for Blended Learning Infrastructure

Forty-eight local education authorities in Georgia have won more than $8.2 million through the state's Connections for Classrooms grant program.

Arizona State In-Service Teachers Take Tech to School

A recent "technology integration showcase" gave in-service and experienced teachers at an Arizona school the chance to share what they'd learned from their experiences of learning how to integrate technology into their classrooms. The event was the culmination of a grant-funded program focused on teacher candidates attending Arizona State University's Teachers College.

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