Industry News

11/5/2014

11/5/2014

Five short-throw projectors were introduced by Epson. The PowerLite 520, 525W, 530, and 535W projectors and the BrightLink 536Wi interactive projector allow teachers to wirelessly connect up to 50 devices and share students’ work from up to four device screens simultaneously.

11/5/2014

The Los Angeles County Office of Education’s Head Start-State Preschool Division is implementing a tiered model of intervention across all 16 of its delegate agencies. In 2016, the department plans to use the new edition of myIGDIs to begin monitoring the refined early literacy and early numeracy components of its RtI program.

11/4/2014

11/4/2014

Blackboard Inc. and Chegg, Inc. launched a partnership that will allow Chegg's self-directed learning services – Chegg Study, Chegg Tutors, and Chegg Career Center – to be accessible within Blackboard Inc.'s teaching and learning environment.

11/4/2014

Lesson plans and a curriculum for sixth through eighth grade teachers are available from Outliers Publishing for close reading activities from the book, Ingredients of Young Outliers: Achieving Your Most Amazing Future.

11/3/2014

11/3/2014

Researchomatic updated its theses and dissertations section with new research-based topics on more than 1000 subject areas, including medical school, economics and nature.

11/3/2014

Districts who use Peachjar will now have the ability to use their mobile apps, powered by ParentLink, to provide streamlined eflyer distribution to parents.

11/3/2014

SkillsUSA is welcoming middle-school members into the national organization for the first time starting with the current school year. Middle-school students will now be eligible to join local SkillsUSA chapters in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin.

10/31/2014

10/31/2014

The New Mexico Public Education Department has approved Common Core Coach for high school instruction in American literature, world literature and composition throughout the state. Developed by Triumph Learning, districts can implement the learning program for supplemental instruction and assessment beginning January 1.

10/31/2014

The 5-year grant from the Wallace Foundation will be utilized by the Iowa district to improve principal effectiveness with Learning Sciences International by targeting professional development and implementation of the Marzano District Leader and School Leader Evaluation Models.

10/31/2014

Insight Education Group released two new tools as part of its cloud-based ADVANCE platform. ADVANCEcalibrate's calibration exercises with master-scored videos and ADVANCElearn's interactive e-learning for teachers work with the video-based ADVANCEfeedback observation tool.

10/31/2014

The California district, which has been using the Schoology Learning Management System, has purchased the enterprise version of Schoology. The new districtwide system provides additional analytics, integration with San Juan USD’s student information system, and administrative features.

10/30/2014

10/30/2014

Under a new collaboration between Texas Instruments and The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the two will develop practical ideas and classroom activities to help teachers with new classroom lessons for middle grades through high school.

10/30/2014

Honeywell's new commercial wireless fire alarm solution has been released to protect challenging applications, high-cost installations and building expansions. The Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology detectors and modules integrate with fire alarm systems from Fire-Lite Alarms, Gamewell-FCI and NOTIFIER.

10/30/2014

KidsCOOK Productions debutedKickinNutrition.TV (KNTV), a new online health and wellness curriculum for grades four through eight. KNTV is a flexible plug-and-play solution that supports blended, flipped and project-based learning models to educate students to make healthier food and exercise choices.

10/30/2014

Securly’s Securly for Parents offers granular reporting and real-time alerts for parents to see their kids' browsing activities. The weekly reports can help parents find out about online activities, searches, social network use and more.

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