Webcasts

  • Project-Based Learning for 3D Printing

    Learn from an instructor who taught the curriculum. The Stratasys 3D Printing Curriculum combines in-depth lectures, class discussions and hands-on projects. Assistant Professor Steve Chomyszak used it to teach a “Special Topics” 3D printing course at the Wentworth Institute of Technology, and he shares his successes and lessons learned in this 25-minute webinar. 10/26/16

  • Got LMS? Key Strategies for Choosing and Implementing a New LMS

    Thousands of districts and schools have already gone through this process and have learned critical success factors to ensure choosing the right LMS. Join two educational technologists as they talk about their experience of going through an LMS evaluation and what they learned. 10/25/16

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  • Jane Bryan Elementary School Improves Test Scores by 22% Using PowerSchool Assessment

    Prior to 2013, teachers were guessing at what kids’ needs were at Jane Bryan Elementary School. Educators didn’t have a way to individualize the student learning experience. To provide high-quality, timely, and accurate formative assessment data to administrators and classroom teachers, the school began using PowerSchool Assessment. PowerSchool Assessment is a web-based instructional improvement system (IIS) that delivers standards-aligned content, assessments, and instant reports for precise analysis of student achievement. Since then, the school has improved mathematics instruction, helped students become accountable for their performance in mathematics, and increased the percentage of students passing the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) mathematics assessments by up to 76 percent for some grades. 01/16/17

  • What Kids Are Reading And How They Grow

    Motivate students to grow as readers by knowing what they love!

    Renaissance® announces What Kids Are Reading, 2017, an annual report to help you guide students to popular reading choices. See top picks by grade based on 9.9 million kids from 30,000 schools who read 346 million books and nonfiction articles. Based on the Accelerated Reader 360® database, no other study captures student reading behavior on this scale!

    01/16/17