Learning Resources

SETDA Publishes OER Case Studies and Resources

The State Educational Technology Directors Association has published a series of three case studies and other resources designed to support open educational resource initiatives at the state, district and school level.

Free Learning Content Platform Runs Knewton Adaptive Engine

The service, which is officially in beta, has invited teachers, parents and students to set up accounts. Any of those users may add learning content — instructional text, video lessons, quizzes and assessments — and make it available to everybody else.

TES Global Expands Online Resource Marketplace for Teachers

TES Global is expanding its online marketplace, tes.com, for teachers to share and sell resources they've created.

Scholastic Debuts Comprehensive Literacy Solutions

Scholastic has launched a suite of comprehensive literacy solutions that are customizable and connected to new learning standards, according to information from the company.

Istation Launches Adaptive Math Curriculum

Istation, provider of digital reading instruction and assessment tools, is expanding to personalized math resources with the introduction of Istation Math.

Frontline Tech Launches Low-Cost Collection of Learning, Professional Development Resources

Frontline Technologies has introduced its Teachwise Inspire collection of resources that have been reviewed by Lesson Planet.

Pearson Updates Title I K-8 Reading and Math Program

Education company Pearson has updated its adaptive K-8 Title I-oriented reading and math software SuccessMaker.

EduOnGo, EdGate Partner on OER Tool

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.

MobyMax Launches New Science Curriculum

The new science curriculum, employing more than 20,000 manipulatives, is intended to help students develop their cognitive skills.

Flatiron Taps Partner for High School Coding Camps

A for-profit school that teaches adults and high school students programming has standardized on the use of a cloud-based code editor for its pre-college summer camps.