Math Journals: Adaptive Software + A Metacognitive Practice

Catlin Tucker

As a blended learning coach, I spend time in classrooms where teachers use adaptive software to provide students with personalized math practice. an online station at which students work with an adaptive math software program, like Aleks, IXL, or Dreambox.

Bootcamp profiles: Nashville Software School

The Christensen Institute

Decades before bootcamps even existed, John Wark was a poster child for what Nashville Software School is trying to accomplish. In mid-2012, Nashville Software School (NSS) officially opened its doors.

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Project Pals: The Perfect PBL Software for Project Based Learning

The CoolCatTeacher

PBL Software Review From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. This task board is based on principles used in silicon valley called “agile software development” using tools like a Kanban board.

Math Journals: Adaptive Software + A Metacognitive Practice

Catlin Tucker

An increasing number of school districts are investing in adaptive math software–online programs that adjust to the learner’s individual performance. The benefit of adaptive software is that it allows students to engage in personalized practice.

6 eLearning Trends in Custom eLearning Solutions

Most digital learning trends focus too much on the "digital" and not enough on the "learning". It is not enough that content builders master available tools. We need a return to core learning fundamentals. Get Inno-Versity's eBook for 6 of the most important trends coming to digital learning.

Best Software Programs for Desktop Publishing

Ask a Tech Teacher

One of the most popular products that were drastically improved by the presence of technology is printed materials, which were commercially printed from a single file that was created using desktop publishing software.

Best Mind Map Software of 2019

techlearning

Software can aid in brainstorming, but not every mind map software will fit the bill for educators

There’s a reason why teachers don’t use the software provided by their districts

The Christensen Institute

Earlier this month, education news outlets buzzed with a frustrating, yet unsurprising, headline: Most educational software licenses go unused in K-12 districts. That data revealed that a median of 70% of districts’ software licenses never get used, and a median of 97.6% The findings unveil a clear disconnect between district software procurement and classroom practice. Three of these Jobs seem relevant for explaining why licensed software often goes unused.

AI software gets a B on a 12th-grade science exam

Dangerously Irrelevant

Not only could the software answer recall questions, it also could solve basic logic and inference problems. Calculators. Grammar editors. PhotoMath. Automatic language translation. Some of these mental work helpers (substitutes?) work fabulously. Some of them aren’t quite there… yet.

Why we love our math software

eSchool News

But tools like math software can help educators make the topic more palatable and relatable for students. We asked five educators to share their favorite math software with you. Math software picks. “My STEAM Teaching & Learning math math software

8 Reasons for and 8 Against Revisiting Software in the Classroom

Ask a Tech Teacher

I recently chatted with a tech coordinator on the East coast who asked about software alternatives to the webtools we were discussing. Usually, teachers want free, easily-accessible-from-anywhere webtools in place of expensive, installed software.

The New (New) Math Software

techlearning

Maplesoft Maple Companion

Video conferencing software for instructor-led learning

WizIQ Education & Technology

Teachers who teach online are continually looking for platforms that are easy to use and can facilitate the best delivery of their courses to the students. These teachers are not only spirited about. This is a short summary of this post. Visit The WizIQ Blog for full content and links.

KingSoft free office suite software

Educational Technology Guy

After posting about SSUITE free office software , I found out about KingSoft Free Office Suite Software on Google+. KingSoft Free Office Suite Software includes word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation software and is easy to use, looking very similar to Microsoft Office.

7 Tips to choose the perfect Online Exam Software

Think Exam

These days one can find various types of online exam software available in the market that are specified to its application in education, corporates (recruitment), employee engagement and employee training.

Learner-Centered Design: Powering the Coming Golden Age of Educational Software

The Journal

So, software designed from a User-Centered Design perspective is not always appropriate for those short users! This week’s blog, then, outlines a Learner-Centered Design approach to educational software development that should better meet the unique needs of learners

Autodesk offers free software to all students and schools

Educational Technology Guy

Autodesk , make of AutoCAD and other CAD and design software titles, is now offering AutoCAD and Fusion 360 free for education use. autodesk CAD engineering free software

Physion - free Physics Simulation Software

Educational Technology Guy

Physion is free Physics simulation software that can be used by educators to create physics simulations for their class or by students to create physics simulations to explore concepts or as part of a project. It is similar to software I used as an engineer.

Sheppard Software: All About Rabbits

techlearning

Let’s study “real rabbits” with this in-depth resource about rabbits

SSUITE - free office productivity software

Educational Technology Guy

SSUITE is free office productivity software that can be downloaded and used on any Windows system. Software includes: Desktop Office Suite (word processing, spreadsheets), money managers, invoice software, web browser, image editing, email, utilities, and much more.

Impero Software and ClassLink Partner

techlearning

“At ClassLink, we are dedicated to providing secure, simple access to resources required by educators and students,” said Patrick Devanney, VP of Interoperability, ClassLink

Why we love our reading software

eSchool News

Here, educators share their favorite reading software and offer insight into what makes these specific tools so helpful in supporting students’ reading habits. eClassroom News Featured on eSchool News Teaching & Learning reading reading programs reading software

Educational Software for Elementary Students: 9 Expert Picks

Prodigy

But with all the educational software for elementary students to choose from, where do you start? In this article we’ll look at: What educational software can look like The best math software […].

Internet Security and Antivirus Software

Kevin Corbett

Internet Safety News Technology computer security DDOS DDOS attack map virus protection virus softwareInternet Security If you haven’t seen the Norse Global Real-Time Attack Map, I highly recommend it as both visually fascinating and informative.

Flexible, Collaborative Software Supports Engaging Curriculum and Student Success

techlearning

Tech&Learning's Content Director Kevin Hogan gets a close look at one of this year's Best of ISTE winner: Gale in Context for Educators.

5 Great Software Functions!

WJU EdTech

Typically there are 5 types of instructional software functions. Teachers must analyze a software carefully to determine which instructional function it will serve to ensure that it supports the needs of the class. Tutorial software offers self-contained instruction.

Quiz building software – A platform to create exclusive Quizzes for your students

Think Exam

The flexibility that the online assessment software provides ranges from quick test assessment to report generation within a matter of time. The post Quiz building software – A platform to create exclusive Quizzes for your students appeared first on Thinkexam Blog.

Vernier Software & Technology Launches Two New Physiology Tools

techlearning

Director of Biology at Vernier Software & Technology "Human physiology is the physics and chemistry of how our bodies work and is the foundation of biomedical science," said John Melville, Ph.D.,

New Cybersecurity Software Enhances Organizations' IT Toolkits

EdTech Magazine

Enterprise Intrusion Detection Security Software Threat PreventionBy Sandra Gittlen Security information and event management tools increase functionality just when technology pros need help the most.

4 Software Piracy Myths to Abandon Today

EdTech Magazine

Authentication Compliance Licensing Management Security SoftwareBy Calvin Hennick Blind belief in these misconceptions could compromise efficiency and security.

Software that Supports Multilingual Dialogue

ProfHacker

I could go on forever about this, but this post is actually about software that supports multilingual dialogue if it is something you are interested in trying for professional development or teaching/learning. Productivity Profession Software Teaching

Vernier Software & Technology and SAM Labs Partner to Provide Data-Collection STEAM Activities

techlearning

Vernier Software & Technology has partnered with SAM Labs to teach middle school students coding and computational thinking skills through data-collection STEAM activities

GlobiLabAnalytical Software for Labdisc Updated

techlearning

Boxlight Corporation and Globisens have released a new version of the GlobiLab analytical software for the Labdisc portable STEM lab. GlobiLab version 3.0 offers greater ease of use for operating and interpreting data from the Labdisc, a wireless, compact data logger for science.

Students Adopt Software to Create Digital Stories

EdTech Magazine

By Wylie Wong K–12 students also produce their own films, news broadcasts and other content in media classes. Classroom Curriculum Digital and Video Cameras Digital Content Integrated Audiovisual Systems STEM

Boxlight upgrades collaboration software

eSchool News

New software is designed to make collaboration easier. Boxlight is replacing its legacy software on its projectors and interactive flat panels with a new platform, called Oktopus. The software is updated free of charge monthly; a cloud solution is forthcoming.