K-12 Technology News
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The Vernier Dynamics Cart and Track System aims to bring concepts like kinematics and dynamics to life.
Scientific Learning has launched an iPad version of its reading support tool, Reading Assistant.
Engineering for Kids and Robomatter will work together to provide more ways to deliver STEM content to students.
More than half of America's newest teachers believe that an infusion of technology in their classrooms could help them be more efficient. They also tend to be "comfortable" with major areas of teaching responsibilities according to a survey of 2,886 new and more experienced teachers done last fall by Simba Information and MCH Strategic Data.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Canvas and Moodle are currently two of the most popular learning management systems, and both offer the ability to make adjustments to quiz functions within the course without compromising the overall structure of the course. In this article, we will examine how to do so and offer some tips on situations where they are relevant.
- By Emmett Dulaney
The Montgomery County School District in rural Georgia is replacing its legacy student information system in an effort to improve efficiency and data accuracy, provide parents with greater access to information and integrate with other district information systems.
A new, free initiative is open for business to draw first-generation and lower-income students with high potential into looking at colleges and universities they might otherwise never consider.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Gale is expanding and rebranding its digital archive program, Gale Primary Sources, in an effort to better meet the needs of digital humanities and text and data mining.
California's North Coast Region School Districts are adopting digital courses focused on agricultural science at 16 area high schools and two community colleges in an effort to help students explore career interests and aspirations.
More than 100 students from three San Francisco high schools spent March 15 visiting tech companies to learn more about potential careers.