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NMC launches free social media training for teachers — in Facebook

The mini-course requires 9-12 hours of participants’ time over a four week period and is targeted to science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and other 21st century discipline educators at the K-12 and undergraduate level.

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SMART enhances collaborative learning with new interactive displays

The introduction of these new products provides teachers and administrators with increased flexibility in display and projector options, and furthers the opportunities for classrooms to leverage existing products and infrastructure.

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Teachers College's Harlem Ivy Project wins $3.5 million additional federal funds

A grant of $1.173 million per year, renewable annually for up to three years for a total of up to $3.52 million, will enable Harlem Ivy to build on its successful programming and partnerships in three Harlem schools.

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Samsung announces availability of Samsung School Interactive Classroom Packages at ISTE 2013

Samsung also announced that Eloy Elementary School District of Arizona is among the first U.S. schools to license Samsung School, with 24 smart classrooms being outfitted for the 2013/2014 school year.

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Discovery Education supports Common Core implementation with an enhanced multimedia platform for K12 classrooms

Featuring hundreds of model lessons, performance tasks and custom assessments, the enhanced Discovery Education Streaming Plus engages students with unique interactive features and supports educators at all levels as they integrate the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) into classroom instruction.

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Educator productivity, student learning get boost with new mobile features in Follett’s Aspen SIS

With the October release of Aspen 5.0, the system’s new mobile features will give instructors unparalleled flexibility, allowing them to spend less time taking attendance and entering grades into a manual system, and freeing them to spend more one-on-one time with students to help drive learning.

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Bretford reveals iLab agile learning space research results

Through the support of Bretford, the independent co-educational PK-8 day school in Los Gatos, Calif. replaced its aging computer lab with an experimental, custom learning space called the Idea Laboratory or iLab.

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McGraw-Hill Education agrees to acquire ALEKS Corporation

The move strengthens McGraw-Hill Education’s position as the leader in delivering personalized learning experiences through adaptive technology.

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Silverback Learning Solutions announces $2.5M round to transform K-12 education with Student Achievement Platform

The SaaS Mileposts platform, which allows for quick product release iterations, allows teachers to focus on the needs of each individual student while retaining the classroom structure, an education model that will transform K-12 education.

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Churchwell Magnet Elementary digging in to CCSS Lesson Planning with myCore

Teachers are using the cloud-based lesson planning platform to support Strategic Design lesson-planning, a backward design approach, to create deep, engaging lessons that spark critical thinking in their students, as well as meet benchmarks set out in the CCSS.

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