Professional Development


Teaching Excellence Institute Keynotes To Be Live Streamed

The Carnegie Learning professional conference that takes place July 7-10 in Fort Lauderdale, FL, can be experienced digitally as well.

Rochester Institute of Tech Launches Student Camps, Teacher Workshops in Cybersecurity

The Rochester Institute of Technology is launching a summer workshop for teachers and camps for middle and high school students interested in learning about cybersecurity.

Dell Introduces Technology Training Program for Teachers

The new Dell Teaching and Learning Academy will help school districts and their teachers transition to an environment in which technology fosters a collaborative and creative learning environment.

Samsung, McGraw-Hill Partner on Classroom in a Box Package

Samsung is partnering with McGraw-Hill Education to introduce a suite of hardware and services, dubbed Classroom in a Box, to K-12 schools.

15 Online Resources That Help Improve Essay-Writing Skills

Here are some effective online tools that can help you make the art of writing essays more attractive for your students.

U California, Irvine Extension Debuts Online Courses in Student-Centered Learning

The University of California, Irvine Extension is launching a pair of online courses designed to help teachers develop their skills in cognitive and student-centered learning.

Ohio District Eliminates 102 Reading and Math Assessments by Using i-Ready

Plain Local School District has been working with the i-Ready Diagnostic & Instruction and Ready programs from Curriculum Associates for a couple of school years. In that time, the school system has reported that it has been able to eliminate dozens of assessments in its K-8 schools.

Dow, Smithsonian Partner on Teacher Scholar Program

The Dow Chemical Company and the Smithsonian Science Education Center have partnered to create The Dow Smithsonian Teacher Scholar Program, which is designed to help teachers develop skills in science, technology, engineering and math education.

How Washington Is Using OERs to Support Common Core

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.

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