The ever-increasing pace and variety of technological developments continues to be a challenge for K12 assistive technology products.
Books on improving teachers, engaging science students, evaluating second languages and teaching media literacy education.
This year, District Administration’s Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products features selections from more than 1,500 nominations that range from cutting-edge student information systems and cloud-based security to innovative gamification software and state-of-the-art classroom projectors.
K12 educators increasingly embrace life skills curricula that promote social-emotional learning, mindfulness, problem-solving and other soft skills. Many districts no longer view such programs as “nice to have,” but as essential components of overall instruction.