How can a teacher help a third grader go from crying daily during writing time in September to happily publishing more than her peers in January? Simply by giving her access to the instructional technology she needs.
An extensive Kickstarter campaign to purchase more sound systems made its way to the Rachael Ray Show, which surprised Solivan with systems for each kindergarten class at FRCS.
Learn how technology and teaching combine to alter the way students learn at Tampa Preparatory School.
Dr. Shery Ashire, shares how tech tools can help teachers peek into the thinking and learning of even their shyest students.
It’s no secret that today’s schools are full of assessments -- so much so that one of the main goals of the new Every Student Succeeds Act is to “reduce the burden of testing while maintaining annual information for students and parents.” One way to gather data without giving yet another test is to use what researchers Valerie Shute and Matthew Ventura call “stealth assessment.”
The ed-tech market welcomed a slew of new products, solutions and offerings this month. If you missed our TCEA 2016 product roundup, you can view them here and here. Here's a roundup of what we covered in February in SmartBrief on EdTech's weekly Tech Showcase.
Lightspeed Technologies introduces the 955 Access component-based system supports whole-room instruction while delivering clarity and even distribution of sound throughout the classroom.
The Learning Counsel's weekly product review features the Flexcat classroom audio solution.
The Edvocate is pleased to publish this guest post on stealth assessment as a way to fuel important conversations surrounding P-20 education in America. The opinions contained within guest posts are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of The Edvocate or Dr. Matthew Lynch.
A panel discussion with the teachers of Richardson ISD in Richardson, Texas.