Mountain View Elementary School in Broomfield, Colo., has been selected as the inaugural recipient of a DYMO/Mimio Grant, as part of the interactive teaching technology provider?s new, competitive program open to all K-12 education entities.
This new instructional resource meets students in the digital environment where they live, while igniting their natural interest in science with dynamic, engaging resources, including virtual labs, video clips, ebook passages, an interactive glossary and more.
In an effort to provide more targeted professional development to improve teacher effectiveness, more than 150 New York City schools have adopted Teachscape?s Classroom Walkthrough (CWT) software application and online Professional Learning Suite.
Amistad Academy Middle School in New Haven, Conn., the flagship school in Achievement First?s public charter school network in New York and Connecticut, has selected Time To Know?s Digital Teaching Platform for its fifth grade math curriculum.
Henkel is teaming up with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a non-profit organization founded by the American Heart Association and William J. Clinton Foundation working to combat childhood obesity, to launch the Henkel Helps Get Kids Fit program. Henkel will give schools across America the opportunity to win $30,000 through the Henkel Helps program to improve the health and fitness equipment, resources and services available to students.
Killeen Independent School District is meeting its varied professional development goals through a new partnership with ASCD PD in Focus, which provides employees with on-demand access and flexibility.
Cass District 63 in DuPage County, IL has adopted CCC! streaming media from New Dimension Media. This service will allow teachers to augment their classroom lessons with award-winning educational media.
Killeen Independent School District (TX) is meeting its varied professional development goals through a new partnership with ASCD PD in Focus, which provides employees with on-demand access and flexibility.
The non-profit education researcher MIND Research Institute announced that third-grade students and their teachers at Ivey Lane Elementary School (Fla.) using MIND?s ST Math? visual math software program achieved a dramatic 26-point gain in grade-level math achievement on the 2011 FCAT 2.0.