Twelve Years Later: How the K-12 Industry and Investment Landscape Has Shifted (Part 2)

Edsurge

Others went deep, with curriculum, intervention and assessment stacks. All of these players, new and old, are operating in a stable yet fragmented market, finding product-market fit in school systems’ existing market segments: core, supplemental, and assessment. (I

How Edtech Can Help Build a Blueprint for Real Change in K-12

Edsurge

Curriculum and instructional materials live on websites, in the cloud, on paper, in LMS’s, in Google Drive or OneDrive. In addition to the actual curriculum and materials, the program impacted schedules, adult learning opportunities, the budget and many more system elements.

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Technology Integration, 1 to 1, and Student Centered Learning… Ten Free Resources and Tools

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

Student Centered : Instructional materials shows student how to make their own trip. Highlights : Use in or out of an LMS, Great resources included. About : Provide a lesson using slide shows on each student’s device with web visits, slides, assessments.

eBook details key strategies to manage digital curriculum

eSchool News

The eBook provides educators with digital curriculum strategies, case studies and insights for connecting courses, resources and assessments with common standards and learning objects. Guide provides case studies on how districts successfully adopted integrated digital curriculum systems.

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OER: Some Questions and Answers

iterating toward openness

They began to doubt that other development models must necessarily result in materials that are less effective. There is a growing body of research demonstrating that OER can be just as effective – or more effective – than commercial materials. material curation and upkeep).

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The Business of Education Technology

Hack Education

In part, their struggles are a result of controversies surrounding the Common Core State Standards, which were supposed to streamline and procurement the development of curriculum and assessment. Pushback against Common Core tests specifically and against standardized testing more generally have also prompted states and districts to rethink the kind and frequency of assessments they buy. The LMS, of course, needn’t be a permanent line item in schools’ budgets.