The Latest in Education Technology

  • STEM Ed for Girls Gets International Boost

    This week, 100 girls from numerous countries, including the United States, have gathered in Tbilisi, Georgia (the country, not the state) to participate in daily STEAM activities as well as cross-cultural and leadership activities.

  • California Close to Adoption of New Curriculum for NGSS

    For the first time in 12 years, the state of California is reviewing its K–8 science course materials for adoption of new resources in time for the spring 2019 semester. Not every publisher is going to make the cut.

  • Personalized Learning Top Priority for Tech Usage in K–12

    The top learning priority in education for technology use is personalized learning. More than nine in 10 respondents to a survey on the topic reported that in the pursuit of encouraging personalized learning their districts 1) provide software or digital curriculum to classrooms (designated by 96 percent of participants); 2) provide computing devices to classrooms (94 percent); and 3) provide professional development in personalized learning practices (92 percent). Two-thirds of districts (65 percent) also assess teachers on their implementation of personalized learning practices.

  • Grants & Upcoming Events (Week of Aug. 13, 2018)

    Acer's STEAM Lab Makeover contest ends this month!

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