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2015 Top Products

District Administration Top Products

“Using the Identimetrics Finger Scanning ID System has greatly enhanced our child nutrition services by providing accurate point-of-service identification of each student, allowing the serving line to move faster and more efficiently. The students love to hear the sound that means their finger scan was accepted—it is a little positive reinforcement right there in the serving line.” —David Seay, child nutrition director, Fayette County Schools, West Virginia

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2015

This online core mathematics program is a comprehensive curriculum for K5. The technology-rich program blends online resources with traditional printed materials, resulting in differentiated learning that engages classrooms. Professional development videos are embedded within the online program, giving teachers the confidence and knowledge they need to be successful.

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2015

This modern keyboarding web app provides a safe, teacher-controlled environment where students can communicate with their classmates, teachers and friends. Students learn how to interact in a digital environment while becoming fluent with a keyboard. Progressing through QwertyTown’s keyboarding lessons, students unlock features that enable them to communicate with friends. They can share their customizable avatars, send “Qmail” messages and chat.

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2015

This online blended learning solution delivers a range of core curriculum, AP, elective and credit recovery courses aligned to state, Common Core and iNACOL standards. Edgenuity courses include a variety of math, English and foreign language concepts. Students can also watch videos of teachers who model learning strategies and explain concepts.

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2015

The suite of BrightLink projectors can be used on whiteboards, walls or other light-colored surfaces. Two users can interact with models simultaneously. Built-in annotation technology allows teachers and students to interact with a projected image from various devices, including PCs, tablets, Blu-ray players, VCRs and document cameras.

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2015

GradPoint digital learning’s single-platform solution can be used as a virtual and blended learning tool, as well as for credit recovery, dropout prevention, alternative education, English language learning and summer school. The personalized learning experience helps struggling students re-engage and progress quickly through 180 multimedia courses, seven learning pathways and anytime access via a web browser.

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2015

The Vernier Energy Sensor allows students to study renewable energy systems. Students can connect the device to a small wind turbine or solar panel to measure current and voltage. Data analysis software—such as Logger Pro or the LabQuest mobile app—can then calculate power and energy output.

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2015

Educators can customize LearnZillion’s Common Core-aligned math curriculum and close reading/writing program. Math activities include practice sets based on skill level, guiding questions and a formative assessment. Students learn language arts skills through written, oral and interactive lessons.

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2015

This system provides districts with an integrated safety technology that instantly screens visitors to identify registered sex offenders. It can also be set to alert schools to specific parents or others with custodial issues. Once cleared, individual badges are printed, making approved visitors clearly identifiable to school staff and students. More than 14,000 schools use the web-based system.

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2015

Teachers can place the MimioTeach interactive whiteboard on dry erase boards they already have. Once it’s turned on, they have a full-featured interactive whiteboard that comes prepackaged with MimioStudio classroom software that supports student collaboration and engagement. The MimioTeach is also lightweight and portable, so teachers can share the device from classroom to classroom.

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2015

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