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  • Making the Connections

    Woodrow Wilson School's Angela Kadian takes a project-based approach to science education to help students grasp the connection between what they're learning in the classroom and their lives outside of the classroom. Integrating technology into the learning process is a major component of that approach.


Ed Tech News

  • AAXA Laser Pico Projector Features Media Player, Internal Storage

    AAXA has announced the AAXA L1 Laser Pico Projector, an SVGA laser-based pico projector small enough to fit in the palm of a hand.

  • Apex Launches Subject-Focused Online Literacy Support Courses

    Students who experience difficulty with reading comprehension are likely to have trouble in far more subjects than just reading. With this in mind, Apex Learning has launched six new online courses in their Literacy Advantage line that, while covering a range of subjects, all offer the additional component of literacy support.

  • GestureTek Demos Large-Format Vertical Multi-Touch Display

    GestureTek demonstrated earlier this month a new plug and play vertical multi-touch display that allows users to control the screen both with touch and with gesture recognition technology.

  • Memphis Implements Technology-Based Reading Program

    Memphis City Schools (MCS) will adopt two elementary reading programs produced by educational publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) as part of the district's preK-3 Learning Continuum. One of the 25 largest districts in the country, MCS enrolls approximately 117,000 students in more than 200 schools.

  • X2O Media Intros Xpresenter Upgrade

    X2O Media has introduced Xpresenter 3.0, the newest upgrade to the Xpresenter PowerPoint-based content creation software designed for use with X2O's digital signage network.

  • Texas Adopts Middle School Supplemental Math Program

    The Texas Education Agency has chosen Carnegie Learning to provide supplemental math instruction to middle school students in the state. The agreement will impact more than 3,000 Texas students in grades 5 through 8 who are at risk for not meeting end-of-course standards in Algebra I.

  • Teachers Boost Global Collaboration Abilities with Hybrid Approach

    A research project that evaluated an education cluster formed among teachers in Delaware has concluded that following the hybrid model of teaching is an effective approach to help teachers integrate international education into their instruction.