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ORIGO Intros Research-Based Math Apps

A new series of math education apps, developed by ORIGO Education provides essential practice for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts in an appropriate developmental sequence. The teaching rationale stems from decades of research on how children best learn basic facts. Read More »

PBS Announces Ibooks For K-8 Teachers

The iBooks, geared toward K-8 educators, cover topics in math, English language arts, social studies, and Spanish language and culture. Each iBook averages 200 pages and contains contextualized lesson plans, professional development resources, and links to curriculum-targeted videos and games from PBS LearningMedia that teachers can use to enrich classroom instruction Read More »

ThingLink Launches Virtual Reality Lessons App

Interactive media platform ThingLink has launched its first virtual reality content app called VR Lessons. The app is designed for elementary school students, their teachers and parents. VR Lessons by ThingLink is a collection of high quality, interactive, 360° image and video journeys on a variety of topics including science, language, and arts. Read More »

Bookshare Adds Its 400,000th Title

Bookshare has added its 400,000th title to the ever-growing online accessible library collection. Today, through Bookshare’s extensive collection, any person who cannot read traditional books due to blindness, low vision, dyslexia, and physical disabilities can read and enjoy a huge variety of academic, career, and recreational titles just like everyone else. Read More »

GoGuardian Announces Chromebook Management Solution

GoGuardian Fleet simplifies common tasks for administrators by syncing with the Google Admin Console, making it easier to assign thousands of devices to students or classrooms, locate misplaced Chromebooks, assign short-term replacements for lost or damaged devices, track repairs, and much more. Read More »

Learning.com Adds Lessons for Building Computational Thinking Skills

To support school districts across the country as they strive to ensure students build the digital literacy skills essential for college and career success, Learning.com announced today an update to its popular EasyTech solution with a powerful new unit designed to build the foundations of coding - computational thinking. Read More »

PASCO Scientific’s New Smart Cart

To teach concepts in forces and motion, many schools utilize low-friction dynamics carts and tracks, and then attach sensors to allow students to collect data from their experiments. PASCO® Scientific announces a new solution to make quantitative forces and motions experiments for physics and physical science far easier and more affordable: the PASCO Smart Cart. Read More »

The Learning Counsel Launches 2016 Digital Curriculum Strategy Survey

The Learning Counsel today announced that it 2016 Digital Curriculum Strategy Survey and Assessment Tool is now available online. The survey tool was created to assist executives and curriculum and technology directors in assessing their readiness for a greater transition to digital curriculum and content. Read More »

Pitsco's TETRIX® Experts Offer Support at FIRST Championship

Pitsco Education TETRIX® Building System experts who will be on hand in the FIRST® Tech Challenge (FTC) Pit Area at Union Station through the duration of the the 2016 FIRST Championship in St. Louis, MO. All TETRIX parts and pieces found in the FTC Competition Set and an assortment of spare parts and tools will be available at the TETRIX booth Read More »

TabPilot Unveils Support for iOS 9.3 Education Features

TabPilot released an update adding support for the new educational features in iOS 9.3 recently released by Apple. TabPilot was fully compatible with iOS 9.3 the day it was released, and now the company pleased to add support for these great new educational features, even prior to the full launch of Apple School Manager itself... Read More »