Author: By J. Robinson May 23,2013
Author: By Guest Blogger Paul Barrette May 23,2013
Though we claim to focus on student achievement with our technology initiatives, that focus is more often on the “stuff” rather than on what we have students and teachers do or achieve with that “stuff.”
Author: By Vicki Windman May 23,2013
There is a popular notion that it takes 21 days to create a new habit and I thought it might be fun to break up my introduction to Google+ into 21 bite-sized chunks.
Author: By Lisa Nielsen May 22,2013
The Social Express™, only $29.99 for the month of May, is an award-winning app for children and young adults with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
In case you missed it, a wrong-minded study was released this month from the National Bureau of Economic Research that says that computer ownership does not affect educational outcomes.
What is the tension in a string during a tug-of-war?
Author: By Eric Sheninger May 22,2013
The Association of Educational Publishers and the Association of American Publishers announce an agreement to merge
Author: By Guest Blogger Jason Hahnstadt May 21,2013
Students that participate in this experience travel to Germany, Poland, and the Czech Republic as they learn firsthand about one of the most traumatic events in human history.
When the battle of the bulge is fought every day in our schools, the conversations usually revolve around removing the symptoms of childhood obesity rather than addressing the root cause of the problem – lack of physical activity.
LearningStation, a provider of student assessment platforms, announced its partnership with itslearning, the digital learning platform.
SPARK is a research-based, public health organization that aims to improve the health of children, adolescents, and adults