There are so many benefits to coding, even for students who are not interested in computer science careers. We explore why schools should implement coding in their curriculum and some easy tools that can help them get started. No computer science expertise required.
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With an assessment tool to help determine schools’ unique needs, Partner Alliance for Safer Schools detailed four tiers of product agnostic life safety strategies to help K-12 districts protect against scourge of school shootings.
Audio Notetaker provides three main features that help students with disabilities learn more efficiently.
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The Defined STEM platforms allows Ohio schools to introduce STEM concepts to students at all grade levels and across all subjects.
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Return on investment has long been the way that tech decision managers justify their purchases. But some think we need to add to the equation.
NSCA Vice President Chuck Wilson gave 100 life lessons for the NSCA’s 100th blog post.
Edwin Wargo, former K-12 teacher and district technology leader, now founder of 3rd Quote, discusses the current antiquated Ed-tech procurement process and it’s impact on K-12 education.
Today’s PD is often one dimensional and it doesn’t meet the needs of educators. Learn how you can make PD more engaging and help your teachers get the most out of each session.