Ed tech company Sibling Group Holdings will make all of its Blended Schools Network professional development courses available via Udemy.
A new report examines barriers to the implementation of blended learning and solutions districts have found to work around them.
The University of California Office of the President has granted A-G approval for 34 of Edgenuity's online courses.
Michael F. Ruffini, a professor of educational technology at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, provides an explanation of the flipped classroom and its alternative, which offers the best of the flipped class and traditional face-to-face instruction, the face/flip.
A start-up company with an online application that allows people to create and publish interactive courses recently held a "Code for Education" night in its home town of San Francisco.
Pluralsight, a company that provides online training for professionals in technology and creatie fields, has added a new coding course to its kids' library, Teaching Kids: Basic HTML Part 1.
Instructure has launched a series of MOOCs that use Minecraft to help K-12 teachers implement gamification in the classroom.
Roadtrip Nation and Hobsons will team up to create a self-directed digital program, tailored for different grade levels, to help students in school districts with high student-to-counselor ratios.
Sibling's Blended Schools Network will make the first unit of each of its online courses available through Gooru, a free online tool for personalized learning.
Beginning August 16, every classroom in South Carolina will be able to view the rings of Saturn or the Orion Nebula via a vintage telescope at the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia, SC.
Zero Trust acknowledges there is no longer a traditional network perimeter to be defended, because applications now exist in the cloud and users can log into the network from any location.