Special education educators now have access to a math-learning app, as part of an online catalog of apps for students in special education.
Educational technologists: listen to the teachers; they are asking you to help them to be more effective in creating and using digital curricula. In this blog post, then, we define the five functions that a blended learning platform must support — and challenge the ed tech community to build such a platform!
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway
New data reveals that teachers are turning to crowdfunding websites, such as GoFundMe and DonorsChoose, to fill the funding gap and obtain classroom supplies.
Shmoop has beefed up its test preparation resources for the ACT exam in response to increased use of the test for college entrance and even high school graduation requirements.
The South Carolina Education Oversight Committee and Department of Education have partnered with Learning.com to offer free access to digital literacy tools to South Carolina schools and districts.
An updated interactive lesson platform from NextLesson offers thousands of standards-aligned lessons with easy-to-use features for teachers and students.
GameSalad has introduced its STEM-based education initiatives, reaching more than 6,700 students.
A newly launched website from KQED and the National Writing Project encourages teens to research, write and share letters on issues that matter to youth this presidential election.
The Kids Discover Online library now includes a feature that allows teachers to create customizable quizzes and assignments.
Embarcadero Technologies has opened up its software development tools to publicly funded higher ed institutions and high schools.