Using tech tools to enhance project-based learning helped one teacher personalize lessons and reach all her students, regardless of knowledge gaps and multi-level abilities.
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LabXchange gives students access to a library of educational videos, interactive simulations and personalized instruction to aid them in their scientific discovery.
Cyber Robotics 102 has students work in an online virtual environment that features a new robot called Ruby and that accurately mimics real-life physics and a physical setting.
When it comes to getting the most out of a Raspberry Pi computer in the classroom, Boolean Girl Tech’s Lights, Camera, Sensors kit comes into its own.
One rural district opened the world to their students using augmented and virtual reality elements to enrich core subjects and prepare them for the future.
STEAM brings out the skills of creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication that are so important.
Game-based learning is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom while engaging kids with real learning.
Check out the etchings, lithographs and woodcuts featured in the virtual exhibition from Georgetown University's collection.
Storillo is a group writing tool that allows multiple students to simultaneously contribute to a single piece of writing.
LEGO® Education is celebrating its 40th birthday with the worldwide launch of its newest educational solution, LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime.
The Character Tree, which provides online video lessons on character development, is offering a free video lesson on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
After brainstorming ways to peer coach, two virtual charter school teachers use their affinity for distance learning tech and podcasting to reach fellow educators around the country.
Tech tools alone cannot transform your data culture, but the right knowledge and strong leadership can.