Whether you're considering new assessment tools, digital projectors, or network security products, it pays to know what's on the cutting edge of educational technology. Technology & Learning has gathered dozens of new products that could help your school or district perform better and satisfy those important
The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) today announced a new planning tool and guidance for schools and districts to help them prepare for assessments in the 2014-2015 school year.
From the release:The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) today re-launched its Web site, http://www.cosn.org, with a revamped structure and new tools and features. The site was redesigned in an effort to maximize interactivity, accessibility and value for school district technology leaders and others interested in learning more about the association's initiatives and advocacy efforts. "Every day we learn more about how different educational technologies help to transform teaching and learning, and our goal was to revamp the site in ways that make it most relevant and current for our members," said CoSN CEO Keith Krueger. "We also wanted to take elements of the interactivity that takes place in the Web 2.0 world and incorporate tools on the site that act as platforms for discussion, the exchange of ideas, information and resources, and spur innovative thinking and action."Click through for full release.
Future Ready Schools® (FRS) announces new enhanced features and increased functionality on the FRS interactive dashboard, as well as Planning with a Purpose Micro-Credentials.
Financial education programs, language learning, interactice whiteboard software, assessment and more.