Rover: A Robotic Car for the Classroom

Last month, Texas Instruments (TI) announced the TI-Innovator™ Rover. It's the company's first robotics solution for middle and high school students and they stated that it makes learning STEM subjects a moving experience. Students are able to write programs using their TI graphing calculators that will get Rover's wheels turning and…
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College & Career Readiness

The Council Bluffs Community School District (CBCSD)  is currently using a version of FutureReady Graduate that contains both academic and social-emotional indicators. They feel this version helps make sure that all students graduate having the knowledge, skills, and character needed to become both responsible citizens and to have a successful life…
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Foreign Language App

We recently came across an article discussing the partnership between Pearson and Duolingo to provide college and university students with an effective way to learn foreign languages that's both fun and simple. The content was developed by Pearson and is already being delivered to students using Duolingo’s platform. “Through our…
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Free Online Course: Vietnam War

EdNET Insight recently published an article on how Green Comma is offering free online access to a seven-chapter chronological history of the Vietnam war. The course is entitled, "War in Vietnam: 50 Years Later". It comes complete with inquiry activities along with built-in assessments. The material is designed to be…
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Technology is Revolutionizing the Classroom

Dan Domenech, Executive Director, AASA The School Superintendents Association, recently wrote an article on how technology is revolutionizing education. Due to this revolution, the twenty-first century will find personalized education to be the norm. "The days when a class of students marched into the school’s computer room to spend an…
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Eclipse Resources

Students and teachers across the country are looking forward to the Great American Eclipse on August 21st. Discovery Education is offering teachers and students a range of digital resources to engage and help students fully experience the eclipse. The digital resources are designed for the classroom and are offered at no cost. The…
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