The latest edtech news curated by Tech & Learning Leader editor Annie Galvin Teich.
Teich After incubating the idea in his district’s strategic plan, Dr. Chris Wasko, Instructional Project Manager in Wake County (NC) Public Schools, helped launch a digital portfolio initiative involving 700 teachers from 187 schools.
As anyone who has led a digital conversion knows, deploying the devices and software subscriptions is only the first step in the ultimate goal of edtech.
More than 50 education technology and curriculum leaders came together to learn, share, and make connections to support instruction in districts across the country.
"District 99 chose IXL because it allows our teachers to provide grade-level practice, while also delivering individualized support for each student at their own level," said Mary Mycyck, Director of Mathematics at District 99.
The LMS was chosen for its ability to support standards-aligned curriculum, instruction and assessment.
The LTI Advantage designation means that a product has implemented IMS certification for the latest version of the core Learning Tools Interoperability® (LTI®) standard.
Just glance at your inbox and odds are you’ll find at least one variety of phishing scam or email hack.
DreamBox Learning® has announced a five-year agreement with the Austin Independent School District to deliver its adaptive online K-8 math platform to every elementary and middle school in the district.
Illustrative Mathematics announced it is partnering with Kendall Hunt Publishing Company to be its exclusive distributor of its freely available IM Certified digital curriculum.
Raz-Plus® ELL Texas Edition has been included in the Texas State Board of Education 2019 Proclamation Adoption list for English Language Arts and Reading instruction for Grades K–5.
The Charter School for Applied Technologies (CSAT) in Buffalo, NY has announced plans to install Boxlight Corporation’s ProColor 752 interactive flat panel displays in every classroom across three buildings for its 2,365 students.
Schools expand their local course offerings by incorporating the VHS catalog into their program of studies.
Because i-Ready has been approved for use across the state as a norm-referenced assessment for K–8 reading and mathematics, districts can use the award-winning program for this school year.