Duolingo is a game-based language-learning tool.
By partnering with Edgenuity as a virtual program option, schools and districts expand educational options for students while also solving many common challenges.
“Through these resources, my hope is that we can further interest young people in the power of history and help them better understand the complexity of issues we face today, including the connection to the past and their relevance to the future,” said Ken Burns.
Boxlight Corporation today announced it has entered into an exclusive global reseller partnership agreement with Moovly Media Inc.
"The Pilot X is the first digital teaching station to truly put state-of-the-art interactive technology at teachers' fingertips," said Ji Shen, CEO of HoverCam.
“EarSketch provides an amazing way to experience these creative disciplines simultaneously,” said Dr. Roxanne Moore, Senior Research Engineer at Georgia Tech and project lead for the remix competition.
The Video Show explores every aspect of video content creation, showcasing industry-leading brands, innovative tech startups, and the latest products and software.
First in Math is an online practice site that offers many ways to master facts, practice procedural skills, and engage in problem-solving.
Kokomo24/7® Safety Cloud™ is a SaaS product that provides a student safety platform designed to help administrators, resource officers and faculty to reduce bullying, suicide, and other disruptive learning events.
HOMER Reading: Learn to Read is an early literacy app for kids age 2 to 8 that incorporates drawing, voice recording, stories, and songs, along with more traditional phonics lessons.
These 3LCD interactive laser displays provide 5,000 lumens of color and white brightness and a virtually maintenance-free 20,000-hour laser light source with no lamps.
Florida State University selected SoapBox Labs in multi-year partnership that aims to create language and literacy assessments for young children.
“We want to be sure students can hear instructional content clearly while taking up as small of a footprint as possible in the classroom," said Leo Stearns, VP of Engineering at FrontRow.