K-12 Technology News
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A new partnership between Edmentum and Renaissance has merged online assessment and adaptive instruction solutions from both companies in an effort to help teachers deliver targeted instruction to students.
Prologic Technology Systems has unveiled TEAMS 2.0, the newest version of its education administration management platform, with new dashboards, improved navigation and more.
Apex Learning, a provider of digital curricula, has launched new tutorials designed to help students prepare for high school equivalency exams.
These are attractive targets because 3D-printed objects and parts are used in critical infrastructures around the world, such as healthcare, transportation, robotics, aviation and space, according to new research from the Rutgers University-New Brunswick and the Georgia Institute of Technology who have found three way to detect cyberattacks on 3D printers.
The Putnam 16 Charging Station can simultaneously store and charge up to 16 iPad devices, with 16 MFI certified lightning cables and 2.4 amp charging at each port.
Gale's In Context suite offers media-rich resources designed to integrate easily with curricula and offers videos, articles, charts, images, infographics and more with accessibility features such as text and voice translation in a dozen languages. The suite also allows users to search resources by Lexile score or complexity level.
Curriki, a nonprofit provider of open educational resources, has added new workshops from Oracle Academy.
Online publisher Shmoop has launched new learning guides, online courses and test prep resources to start the upcoming school year.
To jump start a discussion on teacher PD, the NEA (National Education Association) and professional learning companies Corwin and Learning Forward conducted a survey of more than 6,300 teachers nationwide.
Cornell Tech recently held a workshop to help eight local school districts and a cooperative educational service agency begin creating computer science education strategies.