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7 ways schools can get creative with STEAM

With collaboration, planning, and a little creativity, every school can introduce students to the power of a great STEAM program.…

social-media News

4 steps to mastering social media

Mention the words social media in a room full of school leaders and you’ll be met with more than a few reservations: It’s too new. There are too…

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Education Secretary Arne Duncan to step down

Education Secretary Arne Duncan, one of the longest-serving members of President Barack Obama’s Cabinet, will step down in December, officials said Friday. In an email to his staff,…

tutoring-chegg News

Students, celebrities connect for tutoring

Students will have the chance to connect directly with celebrities in one-on-one tutoring sessions through Chegg Tutors: VIP Edition. The program allows high school and college students to apply…

blended-learning News

Research examines blended learning, student achievement

A new research report from Arizona State University (ASU) focuses on various evidence-based instructional models and strategies integrated within courses from an online curriculum provider in order to…

science-bayer News

Survey: Science education needs more support

Eighty-five percent of teachers in a recent survey said they would devote more instructional time to hands-on science-based learning if they had the chance. Eighty percent of those respondents…

education-business News

Study outlines how businesses can better serve local schools

U.S. businesses could increase their positive contribution to and impact on public K-12 education if they adopt a newly-established approach that connects students in poverty to services essential…

financial-literacy News

L.A. students get new financial literacy platform

California Credit Union recently launched its Financial Scholars Program, a new initiative to bring financial literacy education to high school students across Los Angeles County. The program will be…

Innovation Corner

Flipping the classroom together—from 3,000 miles away

How two teachers overcome the challenges of flipping their classrooms, collaborating, and co-planning their lessons across states.…

innovative-classroom Resource

8 things every teacher can do to create an innovative classroom

Innovation can’t be tested or graded, but it can be built up. Here's how.…


What Google’s virtual field trips look like in the classroom

Last spring, Hector Camacho guided his high school economics class on comprehensive tours of the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve banks, and the Treasury Building. Students swept…


7 of Leslie Fisher’s favorite gadgets for 2015 and beyond

Speaker and self-professed gadget geek Leslie Fisher took to ISTE 2015 to share her favorite futuristic tech tools at her session "Attack of the Gadgets," where she shared…


Flipped learning is changing the face of special ed

E.L. Haynes has a one-to-one laptop program, and students also can bring their own devices to school. Using a flipped learning approach, teachers record their lessons and post…

Higher Ed Corner
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Electronic textbooks save Indiana students $8M

Indiana University students have saved $8 million over the last three years by opting into a digital learning program that uses electronic textbooks, school officials said. "Students have been…

Educator Resource Centers

K-12 Collaboration – Driving Student Success through Teamwork and Technology


Education in the 21st century is a team sport. Collaboration is no longer an elective but a requirement. Limited by time and available resources, collaborating effectively can be…

Literacy in the Classroom: How digital resources can engage students in learning and support literacy development


Being literate in today’s world means not only being able to process and interpret words but a wide variety of images, maps, diagrams, tables, and text features –…

Transforming Today’s Math Education


Math can be a challenging subject for many middle and high school students—and schools and districts often struggle to find ways to improve math proficiency while sustaining student…

Navigating E-Rate


Our “Top 12 for K-12” will help you make a Wi-Fi decision when you are ready upgrade your network for the latest gadgets available in the classroom from…

New Interactive Curriculum for English Language Learners


Middlebury Interactive’s standards-based supplemental English language program focuses on academic English and literacy development for elementary and middle school students. The culturally inclusive curriculum engages students through a…

A Network for Success


Is Your School District’s Network Prepared for 21st Century Digital Learning? Build and deploy a consistent network infrastructure that supports BYOD/1:1, Common Core and online testing, advanced multimedia…

Math Apps That Matter


Primal Math is an award winning team dedicated to helping young learners develop their natural abilities to do math. We strive to develop creativity and build the confidence…

Complete Classroom Management for Any Environment


Many solutions claim to be “multi-platform”, but with dedicated versions from Windows to ChromeOS, Android to iOS, Mac to Linux, all backed by a wealth of best practice…

Critical Thinking and Technology


The shift toward technology in education has been accelerated, and the vast array of digital tools now available to educators has had a significant impact on instruction.…

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