Tech & Learning's Edtech Conference Guide features the best 2021/2022 education technology conferences, in person, virtual, and hybrid
The Education Market Association and The Amos Group have developed the online communications platform EDcommunity.
LabXchange gives students access to a library of educational videos, interactive simulations and personalized instruction to aid them in their scientific discovery.
The free web tools below help teachers create a safe online class where students can access learning materials, post their work, and comment on the works of others.
“Action and outcomes, rather than solely knowledge sharing, are at the heart of our Catalyst community,” said professor and researcher Stephen Heppell, cofounder of Catalyst.
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration platform within the Office 365 Suite where teams connect through shared notebooks, chat sessions, virtual meetings, and resource sharing.
They've just made a lot more work for you, and, it is quite likely that they aren't the only one with attachment disorder.
ScreenBeam 1000 EDU will debut at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Philadelphia, PA on June 23 – 26 in booth #1008.
Ustyme is a video-call program that allows two users, in two places, to read a story or play a game together.
PenPal Schools allows classrooms and students around the world to work together on collaborative projects related to every school subject.
The Follett Challenge again is awarding $200,000 USD in products and services from Follett to the schools/districts that nominated their innovative educational programs.
The Global Problem Solvers is designed to introduce middle-to-high-school students to social innovation with a particular focus on how they can use technology to create effective solutions to seemingly unsolvable problems.
CDI Computer Dealers, provider of classroom-ready technology to schools, has partnered with Parlay to bring its new online classroom discussion tool to schools throughout North America.
What follows is a step-by-step run down of the activity with some takeaways if you would like to try this for your team, school, classroom or family!
What we need is an easy way for students to work independently when writing, but collaboratively when giving feedback. We need a tool that lets them work "collabordependently."