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Finding informational text for the many and varied levels of student reading abilities in any classroom can be a challenge. Having a source that allows teachers to track student progress by Common Core Standards is even more difficult to find. That’s where Newsela comes in. Newsela is a website that offers students in grades … Read more
SOUTH HUNTINGTON, NY — Teq and the South Huntington School District will celebrate the district’s first NAO academic robot on Wednesday at an unboxing ceremony at 10:30 a.m at Stimson Middle School.
The South Huntington Education Foundation hosted events throughout the year to raise money to purchase NAO, cutting edge technology aimed at increasing student … Read more
The video below shows some behind the scenes action from NAO•U at two schools in Chicago. Pay special attention to the reactions of three … Read more
Over the weekend Teq co-hosted the Digital Learning Summit with Avenues: The World School. The sold-out event provided teachers and administrators with the inspiration, strategies, and confidence to actively pursue a transformation in teaching and learning practices.
To see and hear more, check out this video!
Teq has been working with the Archdiocese of New York for months on a targeted plan to help teachers and students enhance student achievement in mathematics for grades 4, 6, and 8.
From the planning stages to execution, this video showcases the work of Curriculum and Professional Development Mentor Marc Brea and the professional development … Read more
Classroom instruction isn’t one-size-fits-all and professional development for teachers shouldn’t be either. That’s why Teq recently partnered with the Jewish Education Project on a custom PD program, meant to give teachers training specific to the needs of their schools and students.
Superintendents like Dr. David M. Browne think about student safety all the time. In a world where tragedies like those at Sandy Hook are a reality, it seems administrators can’t think about safety enough.
Browne, superintendent of schools at Randolph Township in New Jersey, weighed the options last summer – well before Sandy Hook – … Read more
New York, NY — About a dozen New York City teachers worked together recently to build wooden structures used to fling balls of wadded paper across a classroom. They weren’t developing new ways to frustrate janitors, the group was learning new ways to create accessible lessons in the areas of Science, technology engineering and Math … Read more