by Stacey Ryan
Featured in edtech digest on November 2, 2017
Connected educator month just happened, but in reality, the connecting never ends. A 7th-grade math educator shares the tools she uses to stay connected with fellow educators, experts, and her students.
A record number of educators weighed in on their favorite technologies in THE Journal's third-annual Readers' Choice Awards. And they were clear about who their favorites were. Lightspeed was selected as the Platinum Award winner under Favorite Classroom Audio Distributions/Sound Enhancement System.
When teaching the 21st-century skill of communication, many schools focus on reading and writing, but spoken communication is just as important to students’ success in school and in life. Glossophobia, the fear of public speaking, affects 75% of our population. In some cases, this fear has the power to keep students—or educators—from achieving their goals.
Previously featured in simpleK12 - September 8, 2017
Have you ever found yourself saying, “I just wish you could have seen and heard the student’s conversations for yourself?” Video PD is changing the way teachers engage in peer-to-peer collaboration, and how schools conduct teacher assessments.
Here are four reasons why teachers are latching on to this new concept:
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.
Tech & Learning magazine selected the Redcat® all-in-one classroom audio system as one of the best education offerings of the past year.
Lightspeed facilitated this focus by delivering crystal clear sound to nearly 8,000 attendees in over 200 breakout sessions.