Root Coding gets students started with step-by-step tutorials, adding commands and introducing features one at a time.
The 1619 Project is a collection of articles and supporting materials on slavery and its significance to American history and culture by the New York Times.
Bad News is a short web- and text-based game that highlights how Twitter and other social media are used to propagate fake news.
Tech&Learning expands edtech coverage to include daily reporting by industry expert Brian Nadel
MAD-learn is a mobile application development website where teachers guide students through the design process from start to finish.
Whether you are an administrator weighing benefits and costs for classroom tech, or an educator writing a grant or appealing to your district budget leaders, money matters. Here are a few ways to get the most bang for your budget buck on your projector purchase.
HOMER Reading: Learn to Read is an early literacy app for kids age 2 to 8 that incorporates drawing, voice recording, stories, and songs, along with more traditional phonics lessons.
Pinna is an audio subscription service to kids' audiobooks, podcasts, music, and audio shows for ad-free, on-demand listening.
Epson describes its BrightLink 697Ui ultra short-throw interactive display as “the ultimate academic collaboration tool,” and it’s nothing short of amazing.
The world of Mickey Mouse and his friends cleverly disguises some serious, structured instruction in this kids typing software.