Pearson, the education and technology company, today announced that it is collaborating with LearningStation, an e-learning provider, and Promethean, an instructional technology company, to launch a cutting-edge solution for district and classroom assessment that will enable administrators and teachers to make powerful connections between assessment and learning.
TEL•A•VISION, a new Web 2.0 platform that inspires youth to create and share visions of hope and possibility through personal “vision videos,” and Youth Service America (YSA), leader in the youth service movement, announced their plans to expand their efforts to promote service-learning with vision videos.
Adobe Systems Incorporated
and Knowledge Network Solutions, Inc. (KNS) today announced they will
work together to offer professional development courses for K-12 and
higher education faculty.
KNS has developed four two-day workshops that emphasize the use of
Adobe® Creative Suite® 4 and Adobe Digital School Collection across
“What Kids Are Saying!” provides a real-time forum where kids can comment on their experiences with SkatekidsTM, the award-winning literacy and reading comprehension program from Quantum Learning Technologies.
(Desire2Learn) will continue its 2009 XOXO campaign at NECC 2009, the
largest annual technology conference for K-12 audiences, in Washington,
DC, June 29th to July 1st, 2009. The 2009 goal is to purchase 100
laptop computers to provide students access to eLearning in
underprivileged areas of the world. One hundred XO laptops will open a
world of opportunity for hundreds of students and families alike. For
more information, visit http://www.Desire2Learn.com/
PBS today announced the launch of the PBS Digital Learning Library, a
PBS system-wide online repository of digital education assets from
public broadcasting programs and services nationwide. The PBS Digital
Learning Library will be a comprehensive source of "learning
objects," including video, audio, images, games, and interactive
simulations designed specifically for classroom use, delivered to
teachers exclusively through local PBS stations.
GradeCam Corporation introduces GradeCam, software which, when paired with an affordable web or document camera, allows classroom teachers to assess student learning instantly by scanning and grading multiple choice tests
Tabula Digita is releasing its first immersive online science game series. Called “The League of Scientists,”
the series is being offered free to students in grades three through
five and is meant to help students build their knowledge base.
Teachers can send it home as extra credit, use it as an independent
activity in class, or even in science clubs.
News from the National Education Computing Conference in Washington DC High school students now have the opportunity to explore real world math and science in an interactive online environment, with the launch of Adaptive Curriculum High School Math and
News from the National Education Computing Conference in Washington DC At this year’s NECC, netTrekker is showcasing netTrekker Village, a robust forum for teachers to share tips, strategies and resources and work within a community that shares a common goal