Apple recently held its Worldwide Developers Conference and spent time previewing the latest version of its operating system, iOS 11, which includes some interesting new features that could help students do more on their devices come fall.
With so many options out there, it can be hard to perform due diligence when evaluating new classroom programs. From the simplest app to comprehensive instructional tools, here are four questions you need to ask to ensure you’re making a good pick.
We can't wait for a packed schedule of informative sessions and opportunities to connect with educators at ISTE 2017 in San Antonio!
Being familiar with different sight words is critical to every young student's literacy journey.
Books, Podcasts, TEDTalks and More: The Teachers’ Ultimate Guide to DIY Summer Professional Development
Teachers may have summer break away from the classroom—but that doesn’t mean you have three months off. We put together this guide with some of our favorite resources for pedagogy updates, classroom strategies, and educator inspiration—no matter what your style is!
Making technology a part of your classroom doesn’t have to mean expensive edtech solutions and complicated implementations. Here’s four easy ways to start incorporating every day technology into your lesson plans.
We're teaming up with EdSurge to be part of a panel discussion about the challenges educators and administrators face when trying to make personalized learning a reality, and how edtech fits into the picture.
Just what is reasonable to expect of your child at different ages, and what is likely to be beyond their capabilities? Here is a breakdown of what the CDC notes about the different child development stages and kids’ learning ability.