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Inside the unique STEM school for students with learning difficulties

The nation's first STEM academy for those with social and learning difficulties focuses on both hard and soft skills, from coding to collaboration.…

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2016 Vernier/NSTA Technology Awards now open

Vernier Software & Technology and the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) are now accepting applications for the 2016 Vernier/NSTA Technology Awards. Seven educators--one elementary teacher, two middle school teachers, three high…

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CodeNow launches #CodeHow videos

CodeNow, a nonprofit focused on teaching underrepresented, diverse high school students how to code, is launching #CodeHow, an online video tutorial series designed specifically for teens and accessible for free…

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5 strategies for supporting students with autism

Technology plays a role in helping students with autism succeed in school Transitioning to a new school year often is challenging for students with autism, but technology can help support those…

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35 Jewish schools launch STEM program

Thirty-five Jewish Day Schools nationwide are launching the CIJE-Tech MS Program, a new STEM engineering program designed specifically for middle school grades. The Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education (www.thecije.org), which…

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Knewton launches free, open adaptive learning platform

Adaptive learning provider Knewton has launched a free, open personalized learning platform. Any individual can create or use state-of-the-art supplemental lessons to provide students with unique learning paths in real-time. Knewton’s…

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3-state study sheds light on math learning resource

Interactive math learning system LearnBop, an exclusive partner of Fuel Education (FuelEd), released results from a 3-state efficacy study showing students that used its product made a 7-10 percentile point…

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Epiphany Learning updates personalized learning tool

Epiphany Learning, a personalized learning ed-tech company, has launched version 2.0 of its Epiphany Learning Personalized Learning Application. A year of research observing how learners, teachers and administrators use the student-centric,…

Debunking the myth that good teachers shouldn’t use curriculum aids

Expecting teachers to go it alone hurts school improvement. It’s time to reframe the debate The myth that good teachers have the Midas touch and therefore don’t need curriculum programs…

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Music teachers invited to pilot-test assessments

This past summer representatives of all arts education groups gathered at the headquarters of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) to benchmark the “model cornerstone assessments” developed for each…

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