Top Posts & Pages
- Senator Murray, Senate Democrats Introduce New Legislation to Tackle Nationwide Digital Equity Gap
- Workshop: Innovating Teaching and Learning with iPad
- Senators Introduce Bill to Put Wi-Fi on School Buses and Help Close the Digital Divide
- OPEN NH Spring 2019 Course Registration Is Now Open!
- Registration still open. OPEN NH Winter Session Starts Tomorrow!
Monthly Archives: August 2015
SETDA Publishes Open Educational Resources in Action: Implementation Case Studies August 26, 2015 (Washington, D.C.) – SETDA, the principal membership association of U.S. state and territorial digital learning leaders, recently published OER in Action: Implementation Highlights (http://oerstudies.setda.org), a series of case … Continue reading
Chris Lehmann, the founding principal of the Science Leadership Academy, maintains a website and blog at http://www.PracticalTheory.org. As we approach the start of the new school year, his thoughts on professional development and collective wisdom are important ideas for teachers, … Continue reading
The National Science Foundation is an organization that supports learning in a wide range of areas. NSF is tapping into our robust student and teacher community, and give everyone a chance to share our excitement for learning. They would like … Continue reading
Together, the FCC and SamKnows aim to provide America with reliable and accurate statistics of broadband performance. Volunteers will receive a purpose-built broadband measurement unit which can be plugged into the existing modem/router. This is called the SamKnows Whitebox. If … Continue reading
Nothing changes you like perspective. As young teachers, we often do so many things wrong. As parents, we also do things wrong but we have a different perspective and a different role to play. In the end, when it comes to any student, … Continue reading
To personalize learning, educators across the nation are developing and using open education resources in K-12 education. Flexible, editable, changeable. These are words not typically associated with K12 educational materials. However, with shifts in the development, access and implementation of … Continue reading