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K-12 Staffing Issues Require Creative Community Solutions

eSchool News

Austin, TX – Staffing issues have been common for many public schools across the country for years. Now, more than ever, communities are positioned to help schools solve this problem with a variety of technology, funding, and community solutions.

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Flipped Classroom Mini-course Now Available!

Catlin Tucker

Shift the Transfer of Information Online with Video. In my post titled, “ Could Doing Less in Education Give Everyone More? ” I said teacher talk is the biggest barrier to human connection in the classroom.

10 Excellent Economics and Financial Literacy websites for Teachers and Students

Educators Technology

The purpose of this post is to share with fellow teachers and parents a collection of educational economics websites that they can use with their students and kids to teach them financial more. Economics websites

Intent Signal Data 101

Intent signal data helps B2B marketers engage with buyers sooner in the sales cycle. But there are many confusing terms used to describe intent data. Read this infographic to better understand three common areas of confusion.

Phenix City Teacher Wins Marbury Technology Innovation Award

eSchool News

Phenix City, AL— Last week Central High School teacher, Tim Loreman was recognized as an exemplary educator in technology. He received the 19th Annual Marbury Technology Innovation Award from the State Superintendent of Education, Dr. Eric G. Mackey. .

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How esports promotes inclusion and belonging

eSchool News

I grew up a casual gamer, half-decent at a few games like ‘Yoshi’s Island’ and ‘Rush.’ The most intense PC games I ever played were ‘Minesweeper’ and ‘Frogger.’ Esports and gaming weren’t something I thought would be a major part of my career.

KITABOO partners with Amazon Polly for creating interactive children’s eBooks

Kitaboo on EdTech

Interactive eBooks have enjoyed great love and attention from readers of all ages, especially with Amazon Polly. There is nothing more comforting than a day ending with parents/guardians reading out the eternal fairytales and other colorfully illustrated books as they tuck their children in bed.

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4 insights from city school leaders

eSchool News

Media stories about large metropolitan school districts usually focus on their challenges instead of the impactful work they are doing to help students succeed.

Major problems that universities face while shifting towards online examination and ways to resolve them

Think Exam

The teaching and evaluation system is revamping nowadays due to the increasing utilization of information communication technology in the education domain. There is a transformative change in the sector. Due to the pandemic, the institutes postponed the physical mode of examination.

Increasing Equity and Access: A Canvas Case Study of Virtual Arkansas K-12

Virtual Arkansas, a fully online school, had a mission to provide high-quality courses in rural and urban areas throughout the state. How would they simplify content creation while enhancing learning? Discover 3 key insights to transform your classrooms.

Texthelp Names Industry Veteran Gus Schmedlen as Chief Revenue Officer

eSchool News

WOBURN, Mass. PRNewswire/ — Texthelp , a global leader in literacy and assistive technology, announced it has appointed Gus Schmedlen, Ed.D., as its Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).

Supreme Court ruling brings an altered legal landscape for school choice

The Hechinger Report

Last week, the Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision in Carson v. Makin left advocates on both sides of the school choice debate navigating a new legal landscape. The Court ruled that Maine’s exclusion of religious schools from a state tuition program was “discrimination against religion.”