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UK to show ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ in schools

USA Today reports that every secondary school in England will receive a copy of An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore's global warming documentary. The government announced Friday that it…

‘Augmented reality’ helps kids learn

Researchers at Harvard, MIT, and the University of Wisconsin at Madison have developed a project that uses "augmented reality" to teach students math and literacy skills. The project involves teams…

Microsoft previews new development tools

To reduce the time and cost associated with educational software development, Microsoft is creating a new software environment and publishing tools--code-named "Grava"--that reportedly will allow even educators with no programming…

Microsoft previews new development tools

To reduce the time and cost associated with educational software development, Microsoft is creating a new software environment and publishing tools--code-named "Grava"--that reportedly will allow even educators with no programming…

Gaming advances as a learning tool

Using computer games to teach is hardly new: The military has been doing it with pilots and soldiers for decades, and corporations have been gaming for years as well. But momentum also…

Curriki offers new world of course content

A new online community has emerged that promises to give educators around the world an opportunity to collaborate and share curricula in hopes of expanding the educational options available to…

Curriki offers new world of course content

A new online community has emerged that promises to give educators around the world an opportunity to collaborate and share curricula in hopes of expanding the educational options available to…

Online exercise tackles global warming

More than 80 schools from 20 different countries took part in a recent online project in which students brainstormed possible solutions to global warming using Google's Docs and…

Students branch out in study abroad

A rising number of U.S. college students are choosing developing nations such as China, India, Argentina, and Brazil as their destinations for study-abroad programs, according to a new…

Technology draws a place in schools’ art curriculum

As technology continues to bring about new teaching methods in core subject areas, it is also being integrated successfully into the arts curriculum in classrooms across the country.