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2015 Top Products

District Administration Top Products

These laptops from Google boot up in seconds and have batteries designed to last all day. Chromebooks give students access to educational tools through the web. Google Play for Education adds access to thousands of educator-approved apps, books and videos. The web-based management console allows administrators to configure and manage Chromebooks for a student, school or district.

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2015

This Ethernet switch has four dual-personality ports and supports up to four optional 10-gigabit ports. Together with robust security, enterprise-class features and free software updates, the switch is a cost-effective, scalable solution for customers who are building high-performance networks.

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2015

Teachers can use this web-based platform to bring scientists, chefs and other professionals into the classroom to speak to students through videoconferencing. When teachers pick a curriculum topic or project, Nepris finds and invites the right experts to demonstrate how concepts apply to their profession. Students can get extra guidance on their projects or have their work evaluated.

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2015

Teachers can use ThemeSpark Rubric Maker to create a standards-based rubric in less than a minute. This web-based curriculum platform incorporates Common Core ELA and Math, NGSS, C3 and 21st century standards. Educators can also quickly create and share standards-based lessons with a tool that automates pedagogy for authentic learning.

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2015

A personalized literacy environment, myON Reader engages students at all reading levels with its library of more than 10,000 enhanced digital books. Titles are recommended to students based on individual interests and reading level using the Lexile Framework for Reading. myON Reader measures time spent reading, number of books read, and reading growth.

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2015

Students, teachers, judges and volunteers can register and create accounts for science fairs with this web-based system. Users can also manage rosters and student projects, and can assign judges based on schedules, preferred categories and expertise level. Custom awards and reports also can be created.

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2015

With this software, users can create school breakfast and lunch menus for iPhones, Android, desktops, laptops, tablets and PDF printing. The menus include photos, plus nutritional and ingredient information. Parents can filter menu choices by allergen and other dietary needs.

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2015

The Synergy Education Platform unites essential K-12 solutions that are typically separate—student information, learning and assessment, special education management, and more—in one fully-integrated solution. Designed with a highly customizable framework to meet a district’s individual needs, the platform provides an all-encompassing solution for learning and curriculum management, assessment analytics, online registration, role-based mobile applications, IEP compliance and powerful SIS functionality.

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2015

This anti-bullying and safety reporting app establishes anonymous two-way communications between students and administrators. Students select who at their school receives a report that includes the location, priority level and a description of the bullying incident. Students can also include a photo, screenshot or video with their report. The Anonymous Alerts app deters bad behavior and empowers students to help themselves and others by reporting incidents quickly.

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2015

This program helps teachers integrate audiobooks into a whole class, small group or individualized learning environment. Its online library of 75,000 audio textbooks and literature titles support students who have visual impairments, dyslexia or other reading disabilities. Students can download audiobooks and listen to them on PCs, Macs, Apple mobile devices and specialized assistive-technology products.

Year: 
2015

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