The partnership looks to increase STEM opportunities for women and provides MIT with resources to support women STEM leaders of the future.
Here’s a look at how educational games have evolved through the years and how new advancements have helped to improve learning and help students build important 21st century skills.
Educators must understand the proper time to leverage digital devices in the classroom in order to minimize distractions and optimize learning.
Creating a space for project-based learning, tutoring and discussion to supplement the rigorous curriculum provided by Fuel Education has helped students at Springs Studio for Academic Excellence achieve more.
A Tennessee drum teacher uses Drum Chart Builder to help her students write drum charts, read music and learn to play.
In wake of Plainfield and Danville schools closing due to violent Facebook threats, schools need to consider how they can minimize online threats made by students and reduce the damage they cause. Teaching good digital citizenship and best practices to handling online threats can help reduce fear and keep schools from having to take dire measures to protect students.
In order to successfully transition to a flipped classroom, teachers need to embrace their new role of teaching in non-traditional learning environment.
CEO of k-Purchase, Paul Tarnoff, discusses the challenges schools face making purchasing decisions and how k-Purchase’s cloud-based system can simplify the purchasing process.
Here are 2015’s best K-12 edtech products nominated by educators, IT and safety directors, and integrators.
In order to keep students’ data from being compromised, schools must be educated about online threats, protect their network and have a strong understanding of how vendors use student data.