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K12 embraces video games

In a soon-to-be-released study of eighth-graders in seven states, results reveal that game-based learning can not only engage students, leading them to perform better on assessments, but it can be easily incorporated into lessons.

ELL students learn all year long at Palm Springs USD

Palm Springs USD helps English language learners find success with an extended instructional program that allows students to practice their English skills before or after school, on Saturdays and during breaks.

Virtual reality offers real rewards in education

In four Utica Community elementary schools in metro Detroit, students as young as 10 manipulate and pull apart the organs of the body, build roller coasters, and design and test 3D prototypes.

A school's smooth one to one rollout

The implementation of digital learning tools is an effective means of maximizing student learning. Operations in this environment also better prepare students for their future endeavors in academia, employment and life.

Product focus: LMS

With personalized learning on the rise, more K12 educators are looking for learning management systems that easily identify content based on individual student needs.

Making a selfie teaches students to write and reflect

In a classroom in New Hampshire, second-graders pull out iPads to film themselves discussing the characters of a book they are reading.

Thinking like a computer brings wide learning benefits

A large gap between the number of computer science graduates and available jobs has led an increasing number of districts to boost instruction in computational thinking.

Tools of technology for schools

Making the transformation from traditional to online assessments can cause confusion for many districts, even when it comes to basic definitions.

When school lunch goes unpaid

Lunch shaming is the sort of term that never existed until this past spring, when it was seemingly everywhere.

New technology resource to ensure efforts are on track

School system leaders need guidance to advance and achieve technology goals.

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