by Kristen Paino, Cindy Young, and Sonja Park - August 23, 2017
The new school year is upon us, and with it comes new classroom technology and novel ideas for how to use it. In this article, three school leaders share their best practices for helping teachers start on the right foot when implementing new technology and pedagogy.
by Matthew Lynch - August 7, 2017
The companies that we chose are all active in the area of edtech, doing something influential in edtech, well-known throughout the edtech landscape, and making an impact globally.
by Jennifer D. Goldman, Karyn Lewis, and Dr. Genevra Walters
In their mission to prepare every student for college or a career, today’s K-12 schools have to support not just high achievers, but students with emotional disturbances, language issues, and hearing challenges. Here are three educators whose creative solutions are making “readiness for all” a reality.
Nelson Place School is designed to meet the needs of all students
by Dennis Pierce
When students and staff at Nelson Place School in Worcester, Mass. move into their brand-new, $58 million building next fall, they'll find a number of innovative features designed to accommodate children with a wide range of challenges and abilities.
Originally Posted in AEA Purchasing Newsletter January 10, 2017
For more than a quarter-century, Lightspeed Technologies has been helping students hear every word with classroom audio systems like Redcat and Topcat. But learning doesn’t only happen in the relatively small space of the classroom. How can teachers, principals, and administrators make themselves heard in larger spaces such as gyms, libraries, and cafeterias?