Nearly half of all teachers — 48 percent — are using games in their instruction now, according to a new Speak Up research report released by Project Tomorrow. That’s more than double the percentage from five years ago.
J.E. Moss Elementary School, a Title I school in Nashville, has adopted an augmented reality program, Letters alive, to help improve reading skills in one of its kindergarten classes.
Course Hero has launched a new Android app featuring crowdsourced study resources for students.
Karl Nelson is the director of the Digital Learning Department for the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. In this Q&A, he talks about how his state is using open educational resources to help support Common Core State Standards.
- By Christopher Piehler
Education Elements has added three new content resource providers to its list of about two dozen already available on its personalized learning platform.
Learning.com has updated its EasyTech digital literacy curriculum to include a new unit on computational thinking.
Moodle has released its 3.0 version for Android and iOS. The free app is now available on Google Play and in the App Store, and will allow users to browse wiki pages.
The NSTA Initiative for Learners 0 to 5 will provide resources that teachers, parents and child care providers can use to stimulate interest in science among young children.
Bedtime Math, a nonprofit organization billing itself as a "math ambassador," will expand to a half dozen new cities following a pilot project at Newark Public Schools.
LearningMate Solutions has launched an updated version of its digital and interactive learning content authoring tool, Frost.