How to use video scoreboards to provide learning opportunities
By Mark Madson, Ed.D.
July 20th, 2018
Video scoreboards have long been an important feature of professional and college stadiums and other sports facilities. Now high schools are eyeing these boards as a way to pique interest in athletic programs, make games more exciting, and provide learning…
The Houghton Mifflin Harcourt® vision of English Language Arts (ELA) is to provide a comprehensive definition of what it means to be a literate person in the 21st-century. Our goal is to help administrators, educators, parents, and students achieve that vision.
Explore this resource center to learn how HMH ELA programs can help ensure that every student has the critical reading and writing skills that are necessary to meet the demands of college and career life in our complex digital age.
Students face a global future when language skills will be critical to career success. Yet, time and resource allocation for language programs has been shrinking while the need for multilingualism only grows. Learn how leveraging technology in the world language classroom can make a transformative impact.
Unlike other credit recovery courses, Fuel Education has built courses from the ground up to support learners who may need additional motivation and remediation. We have created a motivational, self‐paced learning environment with embedded social‐emotional learning support, and growth‐mindset approach to help students reframe their struggles as opportunities for future success.
FuelEd’s Credit Recovery courses are designed for students who did not pass a course initially but learned enough to make a complete repetition of the course unnecessary. With our diagnostic‐driven model, students can test out of the material they previously mastered in a course so they can focus on the more difficult concepts they missed the first time around.
Schools are moving to mobile-first digital learning environments. Wi-Fi and network infrastructure that were designed for coverage and connectivity are woefully inadequate to connect every student, device and classroom.
Explore these resources to discover how Aruba solutions deliver the scale, reliability and intelligence needed to promote mobile learning in Primary Education Schools.
The ability to speak more than one language opens up a world of opportunity...for access to higher learning, career advancement, cross-cultural insights and explorations, and even, as research has shown, to enhanced brain power. Explore this Leveraging Biliteracy resource center to discover the dynamic, relevant learning environments HMH provides that will enable all language learners to communicate effectively in a second language.
Tomorrow’s engineers, designers and problem solvers deserve every tool available to build a brilliant future. 3D printing fuels limitless creativity when students get to see, hold and test their ideas in real space.
Bringing 3D printing into the classroom exposes learners to the same cutting-edge technologies they’ll encounter in their careers, giving them a jump-start on tomorrow’s challenges. We invite you to explore the information below to learn how schools across the country are inspiring a new generation of problem solvers by integrating 3D printing into their K-12 curriculum.
Learn how unified communications create safe, secure learning environments where students can realize their full potential. Download this brief to see how school districts take their communications further to improve safety and drive efficiencies.
The 2018 Benchmark Report: An analysis of emerging trends in student device usage.
July 18, 2018
Get an inside look at the device usage of 5 million K-12 students and discover: organic trends in student engagement, the most-visited and most-blocked websites, how much time students are spending on academic vs. non-academic sites, and more!
According to the Department of Labor, more than 65 percent of today’s students will grow up to take on jobs that do not exist yet. Educators have been tasked with teaching these students the skills they might need to be competitive in this uncertain future — including science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM), which highlights key 21st century skills such as problem solving, creativity, curiosity, and failure.
If you are an educator or administrator looking to bring STEAM into your classroom or school district, there’s a good chance that you are wondering where to start, how to implement the program, and how to scale. Download littleBits’ whitepaper today for answers to these questions, as well as real-world examples and implementation strategies.
End-to-End Server Security: The School IT Leader’s Guide
June 27, 2018
This best practices paper offers education technology leaders a framework to assess whether their vendors are “Security Leaders” or “Security Laggards.” We provide key questions every CIO, CISO, and IT leader should pose to their server vendor. These questions ought to inform your decision when choosing a server vendor, particularly if security is a top concern.
Download this white paper from Dell EMC and Intel® to learn more.
Intel Inside®. New Possibilities Outside.
Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Study Shows Tech-Based Learning Methods Can Increase Student Collaboration and Outcomes
June 26, 2018
Share and present student work. Display projects simultaneously. Conduct group brainstorming session. And even perform joint research. It’s all possible with the right collaboration technology and learning strategies.
Read this new reportto learn how to increase levels of student engagement and collaboration in your classroom.
What technologies are working in today’s classrooms and what’s to come in the future
The ins-and-outs of effective collaboration devices
How your school can qualify for a technology discount program