October 29,2012

Physics teacher Scott Swaley of High Tech High developed a project using automatons - mechanical toys -- to teach principles such as torque, mechanical advantage and angular velocity to his 12th grade students



Author: By David Andrade October 29,2012



October 29,2012

Arizona and New Mexico are the latest states to choose to use Pearson's NES (National Evaluation Series) Teacher Certification Tests as part of their teacher licensure programs.



October 29,2012

Arizona and New Mexico are the latest states to choose to use Pearson's NES (National Evaluation Series) Teacher Certification Tests as part of their teacher licensure programs.



Author: By Lisa Nielsen October 28,2012

We measure student achievement not by how healthy young people are, but on how well they've mastered the finger exercise of drill, kill and bubblefill on standardized tests.



Author: By Ken Royal October 28,2012

When students have the idea of self-worth, there are no boundaries—and that feeling carries over to other classrooms, the entire school environment, and to life.



October 26,2012

CTB/McGraw-Hill has released a comprehensive eGuide, “Getting from Here to Core: How to Launch the Program that Launches Students.”



October 26,2012

Atomic Learning has expanded its training collection to include a series of tutorials on Windows 8, as well as training on Captivate 6 for PC users, Flash and Photoshop CS6, Sakai 2.8 for Students and SMART Board Notebook 11 to the Atomic Integrate library.



October 26,2012

The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing honors young women at the high-school level for their computing-related achievements and interests.



Author: By Bob Sprankle October 26,2012

This is a difficult post to write, because there is so much history involved.




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