Author: By Ryan Bretag April 29,2009
I recently had the honor of sitting on a panel at TechForum Chicago with Lucy Gray and Clarence Fisher addressing topics surrounding web 2.0 in education. Both of these fine educators I hold with the greatest respect and really enjoyed
On Friday, May 1 at 1 00 p.m. (ET), the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) will host a Web conference to release the findings of a new study, which documents K 12 Web 2.0 policies, practices and the perspectives of
Looking for great resources about biodiversity? Check out this free Web site from ePals.com http www.epals.com projects info.aspx?divid=biodiversity_home.The Biodiversity Focus Area on ePals.com provides an online environment for educators and students to share user generated content in a purposeful and
Students in Texas, New York and Florida to compete in Megabowl 2009 educational video game competitions in May. Hosted by Tabula Digita, developer of the award winning DimensionM™ Multiplayer video game software, districtwide tournaments will be held for the first
Marzano Research Laboratory released results last week on student use of Promethean's interactive whiteboard systems. Click through for details and where to find the full report.
Schools are constantly faced with the challenge of helping at risk students improve their performance and achievement in math. To assist schools with meeting this challenge, Hotmath, Inc., the leading provider of all in one math help, introduces Catchup Math.
Calypso Systems, a developer of multimedia technology solutions for K 12 classrooms, has formed the Calypso School First Foundation (CSFF). The Foundation will help transform classroom learning for children and hopes to energize students and teachers to integrate technology into
Schools looking for a way to take full advantage of Federal stimulus resources may find help from AbleNet—the company has announced the development of special education packages that will help schools fully leverage the availability of stimulus funds. The packages
Students are invited to submit ideas for a “sustainable classroom of the future”—an energy efficient and sustainable environment that will help educators teach students about sustainable living. Students will also be asked how they can take their “sustainable living” message
To help districts, schools and educators take advantage of funding available under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), PCI Education launches the Turbo Solutions Builder. PCI Education is the number one provider of resources for students with