Submitted by Georgia Langner on Fri, 04/26/2013 - 1:45pm
See how the Aventa curriculum can help improve student achievement, expand your course catalog, avoid costly textbook replacement and offer scheduling flexibility.
Submitted by Georgia Langner on Fri, 04/26/2013 - 1:44pm
Discover how the McGraw-Hill Reading Wonders program unlocks the Common Core Standards through a digital, dynamic and engaging student/teacher experience.
Submitted by Georgia Langner on Fri, 04/26/2013 - 1:37pm
Miss our web seminar on blended learning in elementary schools? View the on-demand presentation.
Submitted by Georgia Langner on Fri, 04/26/2013 - 1:35pm
Managing Editor Angela Pascopella speaks with author Frederick M. Hess.
Submitted by Georgia Langner on Thu, 04/25/2013 - 9:22pm
View the on-demand presentation to learn why your students need to be learning digital skills, and how to provide the digital literacy instruction that will help them be successful.
Submitted by Georgia Langner on Thu, 04/25/2013 - 8:40pm
District Administration Leadership Institute members take a "no-holds-barred" look at the future.
Submitted by Georgia Langner on Thu, 04/25/2013 - 8:12pm
Interactive math software that helps meet the requirements of the Common Core and develops students’ critical thinking as it transforms learning.
Submitted by Lauren Williams on Thu, 04/25/2013 - 3:41pm
Blackboard Inc. has unveiled a new release of its flagship learning management system (LMS) that includes a tool to help instructors identify and engage at-risk students based on course activity patterns that correlate with student success. The feature makes it easier for instructors with limited time to find effective ways to improve student retention and outcomes.
Submitted by Lauren Williams on Thu, 04/25/2013 - 3:32pm
With the increased influence of popular culture, the report also finds that students are increasingly choosing books with lower text complexity, a concern for many educators.
Submitted by Lynn Russo Whylly on Thu, 04/25/2013 - 3:28pm
New research from the University of Luxembourg shows that there is a direct link between school climate and school violence. Most importantly, the social climate in class and in school is assumed to have a significant effect on the prevalence of violence in schools.