Skyward’s Communication Portal Connects Parents to the Learning Process

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Skyward, a leading K-12 administrative software provider, helps districts create new levels of parent engagement while increasing transparency, collaboration, and accountability. Skyward is proud to offer solutions within our SIS that connect parents to their student’s school and provide the resources necessary for them to become more involved in their child’s education,” said Skyward CEO, Cliff King. “We Tools like Skyward allow for that.” STEVENS POINT, Wis.

Try this resource to engage students in at-home coding

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A children’s book from Skyward, The Code Twins , introduces coding concepts to young readers of all backgrounds as they take on a programming mission with the book’s main characters. Coronavirus Update Featured on eSchool News STEM

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This new coding resource casts a wide net to engage students

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A new children’s book from Skyward, The Code Twins , introduces coding concepts to young readers of all backgrounds as they take on a programming mission with the book’s main characters. This book was created around one simple question: how can we build more interest in coding,” explains Ray Ackerlund, Skyward’s chief marketing officer. “We Featured on eSchool News STEAM coding programming STEM

Partnerships strengthen computer science movement

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the staff at Pacelli Catholic Schools is working closely with Skyward , which is based nearby, to implement technology-based courses and computer science courses into the curriculum. Skyward has provided mentors to the district and brings industry perspective to the district. “This is a really major project for us,” said Ray Ackerlund, chief marketing officer at Skyward. ” Business News Digital Learning and Tools News STEM

I Moved a Drone With My Mind. Soon Your Students Will Too.

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Hovering here and there and lurching around a bit but most certainly skyward. Education Technology STEM Whole-Child Learning 21st Century Skills Artificial IntelligenceI recently moved a drone with my mind. Not long ago my 6-year-old son spent two hours on my bed swishing through the world’s biggest roller coasters on YouTube with cardboard virtual reality glasses. My mind-control-drone-moving experience was nothing like this.