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How to Choose the Best Educational Software for Your Classroom

Kitaboo on EdTech

Technology has seeped its way into classrooms, streamlined academic standards, and transformed the pedagogical landscape to a large extent. Today, students are blessed with interactive platforms, personalized education, online learning, and educational software that have been designed to enhance the learning experience.

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1EdTech and Common Good Learning Tools Launch Major Upgrade to Database of State Learning Standards

eSchool News

The ultimate objective of CASE (1EdTech’s Competencies and Academic Standards Exchange ® specification) is to make it easier, more accurate, and less expensive for edtech suppliers to align resources and tools with state and district academic standards, therefore allowing educators to find resources that better support their needs.


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What an Admissions Fight at America’s ‘Best’ High School Says About Educational Equity


That approach fits with perhaps the most popular narrative of American education, that the best students get to go to the best schools. On this week’s EdSurge Podcast, we take you inside the debate, focusing on the dueling narratives of educational equity that have emerged.

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Free Digital K-12 Academic Standards Registry Announced


IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS Global/IMS), the non-profit collaborative for educational technology innovation, impact, and interoperability announced a new collaboration among IMS member organizations to launch a free digital registry of state K-12 academic standards.

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Online Preschool Is Not Education for All


This article is part of a collection of op-eds from thought leaders, educators and entrepreneurs who reflect on the state of education technology in 2018, and share where it’s headed next year. But it is a sorry substitute for the whole child, play-based early childhood education that all young children deserve to have.

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Understanding concepts: What is digital citizenship?


That’s why teaching digital citizenship has to be part of our roles as educators. Educate Learners need to be educated about copyright; reliable sources; appropriate communication for email, texting or social media; and how to safely shop online. Educators should also teach learners about the public domain and Fair Use.

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3 Tips for Easily Implementing Social-Emotional Learning – by John Gamba

ViewSonic Education

In one recent survey by vaunted education publisher McGraw-Hill, 93 percent of teachers equated social-emotional learning with academic learning in terms of overall importance. Yet just 22 percent said they felt “very prepared” to teach SEL in classrooms. ” not “ Does this product excite me as an educator?

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