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Nonprofit Releases Kinesthetic-based Educational Games

Staying true to its mission, GameDesk has released two new and novel interactive gaming titles for education for the IOS, Android, and Leap Controller/PC platforms. GeoMoto and Pangean are embodied learning experiences allowing players to learn through direction and movement creating geographic features by pulling, smashing and grinding tectonic plates and moving entire continents. Read More »

Califone Releases Headsets for Immersive Gaming

Califone International, LLC announces the release of two gaming headset models designed for an immersive educational-gaming experience. The GH507 Gaming Headset and the GH131 Gaming Headset feature surround sound and microphone-enabled chat features to support team video game play. Read More »

Tuva Releases Tuva Premium To Teach Data Literacy

Tuva - a data literacy platform where teachers use interactive, visual graphing tools and curated datasets to teach problem solving, modeling, evidence-based thinking and other essential skills - has launched Tuva Premium to give educators hundreds of curated datasets from authentic primary sources. Read More »

The Virtual High School Collaborates with Landmark School

The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.), a non-profit empowering schools with the industry's best online learning programs, has partnered with Landmark School, a leader in developing strategies for students to develop effective study skills, to create an online version of Landmark's in-person Study Skills+ course. Read More »

The Language Express Receives Nsf SBIR Phase I Award

The Language Express has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. The Phase I SBIR award will help fund development of digital content to help educate and prepare young adults for their future in the workforce and everyday life. Read More »

Wonder Workshop Debuts New Robotics Coding Language

Wonder Workshop launched ‘Wonder’, a coding language designed uniquely for kids, available through the same-named Wonder app for iOS. Designed to code the way we think, Wonder is used with the award-winning real robots, Dash and Dot, making robotics a delightful experience for every child Read More »

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Unveils HMH Marketplace

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) today announced HMH Marketplace — an online destination for educators to discover, share and sell resources that enhance the teaching and learning experience. Launching in early 2016, the beta version of HMH Marketplace will feature applications created by edtech developers and start-ups, as well as original content made by teachers for teachers, such as lesson plans and instructional materials. Read More »

Nepris Releases New Social Features

The newest set of features allows companies and industry groups to proactively reach out to teachers so they can introduce students to career opportunities and bring real-world relevance to STEM. Industry experts and working professionals from companies, associations and research institutions can now "offer sessions" on topics of their choice and - with Nepris' new social features - interact more with educators. Read More »

Wonder Workshop Partners with Sunburst Digital

Sunburst and Wonder Workshop have partnered to release three solutions for K-12: Wonder Pilot, Wonder Class 24, and Wonder Class 30. The Wonder Pilot program provides K-5 classrooms with (3) sets of "Dash & Dot" robots, the software apps and a Wonder Teacher Kit, including the curriculum and necessary accessories suitable for small group instruction. Wonder Workshop recommends a ratio of one robot set for every three pupils. Read More »

littleBits™ Announces littleBits Education

littleBits Education is a line of products for education that spans the spectrum of integration from a single teacher engaging in online professional development to a district-wide 1:1 program. This fall, Marymount School of New York is the first to launch a 1:1 program, providing students with their own portable invention Kits. Read More »