Educational software company Learning Core will launch a pilot program of its Wonderville educational technology platform in schools across the United States.
- By Sharleen Nelson
Blackboard has added a new supports for at-risk students to its learning management system, Blackboard Learn. The new retention tool is one of several enhancements added to the latest version of Blackboard Learn, Release 9.1 Service Pack 12.
WizIQ has released an update to its virtual classroom software. The update is designed to provide significantly faster streaming media performance.
McGraw-Hill Education and ePals Corporation have partnered to combine the McGraw-Hill Networks digital social studies learning program for grades 6-12 with ePals global community and social learning platform.
The best way to drive student achievement is to meaningfully connect with students. The best way to do that is through technology.
- By Mark A. Edwards
Teambox has released a new collaboration and communication platform called Teambox On-Premise, which is designed to be installed behind an organization's firewall.
Interactive devices can inspire student collaboration--but only when coupled with inspired teaching.
From video lessons to full courses, there's an enormous amount of professional development available online. But where does it fit in with districts' existing delivery methods?
- By Jennifer Demski
Two Boston-area high schools, the John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science and Boston Green Academy, have joined mobile learning program that focuses on mobile learning and leveraging technology in and out of the classroom.
As social media becomes ubiquitous, schools and districts should shift from trying to control its use and toward teaching faculty and students how to build successful learning communities.