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Our February calendar is chock-full of great content!
Based on customer request, we have added iPad classes airing the afternoon of Friday, February 6th. Come join us for Learning with the iPad from 12:00 – 1:00 PM and Project Based Learning with the iPad from 1:30-2:30 PM. Don’t forget that with a subscription to our … Read more
Engage Your Students and Enhance Your Classroom
We walk around everyday viewing the world around us in 3D. On the other hand, many of us spend a great deal of time looking at digital content on computers and other devices in 2D. Why not make our digital experience more life-like and view this content the … Read more
Google’s Chromebook is making a huge splash in education, but is it the right tool for you? Cost-effective and easy-to-use, learn how the Chromebook can become your new favorite tool.
Download our free eBook, Your Guide to Chromebooks and learn
- What is a Chromebook?
- How are Chromebooks used for education?
- What are Chrome Web Apps?
A new feature in SMART amp allows users to author math equations in the text editor. The new feature includes symbols and numbers that can be added into your text, however they are not editable. They include math symbols, fractions, Greek characters, and arrows. Additionally, SMART amp has added a superscript and subscript feature to … Read more
Robotics in Your Classroom—Are You Prepared?
Robotics programs are becoming more and more popular in public schools across the US. As of this article, hundreds of schools are currently reporting that they are running either a class or an after-school program focusing on robots. Even more are exploring the possibilities of adding their own robotics … Read more
Teachers are often looking for new ways to assess their students’ knowledge of Common Core Learning Standards. Front Row is a web- based platform (and iPad app!) that allows you to motivate students, differentiate practice activities, and receive immediate feedback on student progress in your Common Core Math class. Teachers can sign up for a … Read more
DeansList—A New Take on the Traditional Gradebook
One of the most difficult adjustments any teacher can make in their career is to their classroom management style. Whether it’s a first-year teacher struggling to find the class culture that suits their style, or an experienced teacher facing a necessary shift in procedure, integrating ways to monitor … Read more
This January, check out these great courses and more!
Google Drive, Part 1: Organization & Storage
Learn how to use Google Drive as a cloud storage solution. See how to organize your files for easy access, upload new files to the drive, convert existing content from other common applications, and upload and store even more … Read more
Check out the Oxford Owl, a free reading website to use in your classroom.
Once signed in you have access to over 250 eBooks online. Each book has an audio option, so students can listen in addition to reading the story. Some books have interactive reading activities students can play to help with … Read more