Learn how school districts gain spending transparency and boost morale

eSchool News

Non-compliance with AP protocols or school guidelines. Download this free white paper and learn school districts that replace old systems with automated technology gain transparency into spending and boost morale.

How to succeed with online PD for teachers

Neo LMS

Here are a few guidelines to help you create successful online PD for teachers: Establish what teachers need. White paper: Using NEO for professional development for teachers. Professional development (PD) for teachers is an ongoing process.

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Introducing The Idealis, An Open-Access Journal for Library and Information Science Research

ProfHacker

The website wants to look at research and research output beyond the essay, looking to “liberate toll access or otherwise difficult to access research in all forms–articles, books, code, data sets, presentations, white papers, and more–with all the tools at our disposal.”

Learner Variability: The Why of Personalized Learning from Tom Driscoll

EdTechTeacher

The UDL framework and associated guidelines help educators “address the predictable variability in learning that we know will be present in any environment.” Learn more from Tom by following him on Twitter: @Mr_Driscoll.

What 7 Factors Should Educators Consider When Choosing Digital Tools for Underserved Students?

Edsurge

We reviewed countless articles, reports, and white papers, and have pulled together a series of relevant and detailed examples for those interested in what the promising practices really looks like when used effectively. These promising practices can be used as guidelines for evaluating existing tech tools and levers for change—but strong alignment among several key elements in a given context supersedes any of the practices above. Seven. That’s the magic number.

The Essential Underpinnings Of Shifting to ‘Modern Learning’

MindShift

In an effort to understand why these districts have been able to push against the status quo, he and Dixon have catalogued the ingredients they believe are necessary to make the kind of change they hope all districts will embrace in a white paper.