New Report Released by Schoology on Digital Learning


In a new report released by Schoology, researchers made three key findings that have significant implications for digital learning. The post New Report Released by Schoology on Digital Learning appeared first on OnCUE. Learn CUE Spark digital learning edtech research Schoology

PowerSchool Completes Schoology Purchase in March Toward ‘Unified’ K-12 Data Ecosystem


Four years ago, when Hardeep Gulati took over as CEO of PowerSchool, the company numbered around 400 employees. The newest addition comes courtesy of Schoology, a K-12 learning management system provider that PowerSchool announced it was buying last month.

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PowerSchool to Acquire Schoology, Pairing Major K-12 LMS and SIS Providers


PowerSchool has reached an agreement to acquire Schoology, a provider of learning management systems with a sizable footprint among K-12 schools and districts. Since 2015, PowerSchool has acquired eight companies.

PowerSchool Acquires Schoology, in Major Pairing of K-12 Information Platforms

Marketplace K-12

Schoology and PowerSchool says they serve many of the same K-12 customers now, and that the acquisition will bring an array of new functions to each company's platforms. The post PowerSchool Acquires Schoology, in Major Pairing of K-12 Information Platforms appeared first on Market Brief. Marketplace K-12 Curriculum / Digital Curriculum Learning Management / Student Information System

How to Use Fortnite in the Classroom

The CoolCatTeacher

He has had the opportunity to share his approach to Computer Science education at ISTE (2015, 2018), FETC (2019, 2020) BIT (2014, 2019), CONNECT (2019, 2020), Schoology NEXT (2018), as well as in interviews with major newspapers (Toronto Star, 2017).

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US Edtech Closes Decade with Record $1.7 Billion Raised in 2019


According to an EdSurge database of publicly announced funding deals, investment in edtech companies reached at least $1.66 based education companies that raised a round of at least $250,000. Not as well represented in the top charts are companies serving the K-12 market.

Why one district gave students a virtual learning day

eSchool News

There also are a lot of companies that give employees the chance to work from home.” Teachers offered short explanations of online lessons, how to embed tools in those lessons with Schoology, and how to design engaging online lessons that would hold students’ attention.

When Education Giants Stumbled and Data Ruled


They were the most powerful companies in education. They bought other companies to try to blend assessment and curriculum as they also continued publishing. Companies that aim to provide student data in a usable fashion, like Schoology , still provide value.

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bulb Digital Portfolios Gives Premium Accounts To All Teachers!


This year at ISTE I had the opportunity to meet and get to know a great company called bulb. bulb integrates with most LMS or SIS systems, including Microsoft Office 365, Google, Canvas, Schoology and Blackboard. [link].

Who Should Truly Have the Power in K-12 Edtech Adoption?


Enterprise, a battle droid, or a replica of the Elder Wand emblazoned with a slick company logo? No one would deny the coolness factor of the wand, but that’ll only take a product so far (and will probably bankrupt the company in legal fees).

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Global Ed-Tech Funding, Propelled by Big Deals, Reaches New Record

Marketplace K-12

Overall, funding for global deals in the digital space jumped by 58 percent from 2014 to 2015, according to research from CB Insights , a New York-based market research company. Another China-based company, 17zuoye , raised $100 million. Companies in China, Japan.

Game Based Learning in Action

The CoolCatTeacher

They use Google Classroom, or Schoology. The company who sponsored it compensated me via cash payment, gift, or something else of value to include a reference to their product. This company has no impact on the editorial content of the show.

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


Twelve years ago, Amplify CEO Larry Berger and I wrote about the “ pareto distribution ” of companies in the K-12 sector. Most revenue was generated by a few winner-take-all companies, then there was a long tail of subscale operators. Supply of new companies has reached a fever pitch.

Flip Grid: 6 Fun Ideas to Engage Learners in Conversation with Teryl Magee

The CoolCatTeacher

It could be Google Classroom, it could be Schoology, it could be Blackboard, it could also be Microsoft OneNote. The company who sponsored it compensated me via cash payment, gift, or something else of value to include a reference to their product.

Finding and Creating Buy-In for a New LMS


The four finalist were Canvas , Schoology , JumpRope and My Big Campus. Teachers and students liked both Canvas and Schoology. However, what turned the tide in favor of Schoology was the company’s marketing. For a couple of years before we began to explore this topic, Schoology had allowed free access to teachers. This, in the end, made our decision to adopt Schoology easier. We are now in our second full year of Schoology, and we are chugging along.

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No Kidding: This Pre-Revenue Edtech Startup Just Raised $15M in Series B Funding


But the company has kept mum on specifics to everyone else, only sharing that it’s seen “viral growth across hundreds of thousands” of U.S. It took some time for the company to build all these tools. Last year, the company followed up with the aforementioned features that gave teachers more controls over assigning and grading students’ work. But that could change as the company rolls out its newest product, Kiddom Academy.

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A Timeline of Google Classroom’s March to Replace Learning Management Systems


While many schools and districts continue to use existing learning management systems, such as Blackboard, Canvas , Moodle and Schoology , Google’s Classroom platform is increasingly catching teachers’ eyes. Along the way, the company has added features for teachers to manage several classes and invite collaborators, as well as adding the API for administrators and developers to integrate Classroom with outside applications.

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Which Apps Are Safe for Kids? Three Tools That Read the Fine Print for You


A recent New York Times investigation found that many companies receive such precise, extensive data on their users that they—and anyone else they share this information with—could easily identify a single individual and pinpoint their location. That user data is often sold to or shared with other companies, such as advertisers who have a vested interest in behavioral data, and it’s not as anonymous as people think. Some apps do more harm than good.

A New Endeavor (#TSETC)

A Principal's Reflections

A few weeks ago Schoology , an educational technology company based in New York City, approached me and wanted to hear my views on technology. I was telling him about how excited I was to co-host this conference with Schoology and proceeded to tell him about some of the potential presentations on web 2.0. For more information on the evolution of the TSETC check out this post by Schoology.

Why It’s Okay To Be A Non-Techy Teacher by @Edsby


Should individual teachers have to assess the pros and cons for themselves of systems like Edsby , Google Classroom, Edmodo, Schoology or Moodle? So if the system doesn’t work as planned, the company can be held accountable to make it right.

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The Stories We Were Told about Education Technology (2019)

Hack Education

And so that we don’t forget and so that we can hold some of these people and companies accountable, here is a list of some of what did actually happen this year, jotted down for my own memory mostly and so I can see the full arc of the decade’s storytelling: Silicon Valley darling AltSchool “ called it quits ” after raising almost $180 million and promising to personalize education through surveillance. PowerSchool acquired the K-12 LMS Schoology.

Battle of the Classrooms: Apple, Google, Microsoft Vie for K-12 Market


It’s terribly confusing, but perhaps no coincidence, that three of the world’s most prominent consumer technology companies—Apple, Google, Microsoft—each boast a “Classroom” tool aimed at K-12 educators and students. Since then, the company has kept a steady rhythm of new features including new features like email summaries for guardians, polling capabilities , and easier data transition for graduates.

A Guide to Picking a Learning Management System: The Right Questions to Ask


And with certain established companies like Pearson pulling out of the LMS ranks , where do you start? An example of a "narrative stream" on the Schoology LMS platform. Schoology) Lindsey Own, a STEM educator at the Evergreen School and lover of the Canvas LMS platform, agrees—though to her, the most important part of a simple design comes in the form of the long, narrative stream (like the one shown above). We use Schoology.

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What Summer Slide Actually Means—and 5 Ways to Fight it


Researchers have explored this topic for more than a century, and many companies make the summer slide a priority when creating editorial calendars, launching sales and contributing to field-wide discussions. From Facebook Live to more traditional LMS systems like Canvas and Schoology , technology has made it possible to teach remotely. Last September, a friend from graduate school forwarded me a Brookings Institute article written by David M. Quinn and Morgan Polikoff.

From Silos to Sharing: Why Are Open Educational Resources Still So Hard to Find?


Several software companies have their own repositories, such as Microsoft’s, Schoology’s public resources, Canvas Commons, and more. For over a decade, plenty of time and dollars have been poured into encouraging the use of open educational resources (OER). In 2007 the Hewlett Foundation’s funding helped create OER Commons. Last year, the U.S.

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Getting Girls into STEM: The Power of Blended (and All-Female) Instruction


We turned to Padlet for collaborative, online work, FaceTime and Google Hangouts for discussions, and Schoology for sharing video and audio assessments. We invite panels of women from local technology companies to share advice with students. Jackie, the team captain of St. Mary’s all-girls robotics team, knows a thing or two about breaking the mold.

How Middle School Obsessions Can Shape Career Paths.


Using a Schoology group we were able to support students in building the presentations they would eventually share with their peers. They interviewed people from the companies they were interested in, reaching out to engineers, founders and product managers at Kano Computing, Wonder Workshop and Kodable. Think back to your days in middle school, specifically to what you did after you slung your backpack off at home and began to unwind.

Meet the All New Flipgrid! #flipgridfever

Barrow Media Center: Expect the Miraculous

Flipgrid now integrates with multiple platforms including Google Classroom, Canva, Edmodo, Blackboard, Moodle, Sway, WordPress, Powerschool, Schoology, Brightspace, OneNote, and Teams. Flipgrid is always evolving because they are a company who listens to their users.

The Makings (and Misgivings) of a Statewide Effort to Personalize Learning in Massachusetts


Moodle, Schoology, Blackboard and Summit round out the top five.) In a strongly worded letter ( PDF ) sent to MESE this August, the Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA) charged the department with cozying up to educational technology companies, decrying the MAPLE/LearnLaunch partnership as a “new corporate-backed effort to reshape public education” and “yet another in a long line of attempts to teacher-proof education.”.

What Are the Opportunities Assisting for Ownership?

Hansen's Link to Tech

Centralized Hub: many names, many forms, many companies for learning management systems. This can be integrated at any grade level with younger edu hubs ( Seesaw , Class Dojo ) or explore elementary to higher ed platforms ( Classroom , Schoology , Unified Classroom , Canvas … ) learning and collaborating in your safe centralized hub.

How Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s iZone Went from ‘Cool’ to Cold


Exactly how many schools are actively engaged in iZone projects is unclear: The NYCDOE press office disclosed that 50 schools abandoned the iZone’s iLearn program between 2015 and 2016 to develop their own blended and online learning materials or to use outside resources including Google Classroom, Schoology, or Canvas.

Revision Assistant: Provide Better Feedback for Student Writing

Reading By Example

Revision Assistant is a new product that was acquired by Turnitin, an experienced technology company that originally helped teachers catch plagiarism. Students and teachers can access Revision Assistant from the web or through some learning management systems, such as Schoology and Canvas.

Revision Assistant: Provide Better Feedback for Student Writing

Reading By Example

Revision Assistant is a new product that was acquired by Turnitin, an experienced technology company that originally helped teachers catch plagiarism. Students and teachers can access Revision Assistant from the web or through some learning management systems, such as Schoology and Canvas.


The Electric Educator

was about Schoology, a cool company I visited at the Illinois ICE conference. There are companies that are leading the charge with innovative Web tools for teachers. Today is the official launch of , a collaboration by educators from all over the United States. I am proud to be a contributer to this endeavor through a bi-weekly post and the Google in Education podcast. This week my post on

The Business of Education Technology

Hack Education

Bust or not, companies across the tech sector, particularly those with high “burn rates” , faced tough choices in 2016: “cut costs drastically to become self-sustaining, or seek additional capital on ever-more-onerous terms,” as The WSJ put it – that is, if they were able to raise additional capital at all. The CEO of Safari Books left the company “ amidst massive layoffs.” These companies almost all share the same investors too.