"This curriculum must prepare students to ask complex questions, read and write with a critical lens, and know how and when to take action,” said Lexi Samorano, Highline Public Schools’ Secondary Social Studies Specialist.
EmployeeSafe provides schools and districts with access to 600+ online safety courses, including Suicide Prevention, Restraint and Seclusion, and more, as well as courses on other important safety topics.
Clayton County (GA) Public Schools, Georgia State University’s College of Education and Human Development (CEHD), and Curriculum Associates will partner on a new program with middle-school teachers to implement the county’s math curriculum in their classrooms.
A recent issue of the Hechinger Report highlights how VR is becoming an important tool for serving students with disabilities.
The students run the entire show. They work as on-camera talent and news anchors, and execute the live show from the control room.
RSD’s high school science teachers will use Discovery Education’s Science Techbook and professional development to create digital lessons in a 1:1 environment.
Schools around the country have been setting up teams to assess threats posed by students who display signs of violence.
One of the issues that district leaders tackled in Philadelphia at the June Tech & Learning Leadership Summit was how to change pedagogy to support new kinds of learning that technology has enabled.
“We took time exploring our options, but we were sold on BenQ,” said Todd Gratehouse, CTO at Del Valle ISD.
eBOARDsolutions, Inc. and the Idaho School Boards Association announced a new partnership to make Simbli board management software available to all ISBA member school districts.
These three programs will be integrated in order to facilitate the educator’s implementation of Boxlight classroom solutions.
Understanding how Chromebooks differ from other laptops will help educators and administrators decide if Chromebooks are right for their digital classrooms.
An approach to problem solving called improvement science may give district and school initiatives a better chance of success.
The elation felt while attending the June 2019 Tech & Learning Leadership Summit in Philadelphia could be compared to the exhilaration of running up the Rocky Steps in the City of Brotherly Love.
“i-Ready provides our staff with the data and tools necessary to help our students make great gains in proficiency of state standards,” said Teni Helmberger, Director of Special Education and Assessment at Kokomo School Corporation in Kokomo, IN.
High School Nation is now using Blackmagic Design’s URSA Mini Pros as their main cameras with the organization’s nationwide high-school outreach program.
The supplemental curriculum for math, science, writing, English/language arts and reading aligns with TEKS and prepares students for STAAR