Vernier Software & Technology Launches Go Direct Sensor Cart

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Vernier Software & Technology Launches Go Direct Sensor Cart Vernier Software & Technology recently launched the new Go Direct® Sensor Cart for middle school, high school, and college physics students.

Podcasting Equipment Setup and Software I use on the 10-Minute Teacher

The CoolCatTeacher

I’ve been asked about the podcasting equipment setup and software that we use on the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast. Software. He’s an engineer so he uses top of the line software. It is part of our essential podcasting software.

GlobiLabAnalytical Software for Labdisc Updated

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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.

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.

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

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.

How educators and teachers can get the most out of online forms software - guest post

Educational Technology Guy

How educators and teachers can get the most out of online forms software Online forms might not be the first thing that comes to mind as a helpful classroom tool.

IBM Foundation launches free online software to help K-5 teachers prepare math lessons and help students learn.

Educational Technology Guy

The IBM Foundation has launched a free, online software to transform the way K-5 teachers prepare math lessons and help students learn. The software, called Teacher Advisor with Watson , uses Watson artificial intelligence technology to help teachers instantly find math resources.

Webinar Highlights: Using Math Software for High Impact Personalized Learning

MIND Research Institute

Focusing on specific examples and best practices, our webinar team explored the power of implementing math software to create high impact personalized environments.

Internet Security and Antivirus Software

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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.

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

Facilitate Smooth Business Operation By Getting Custom Software Development Service

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Tapping the help of a custom software development service provider is one way you can support your business’ unique needs at any given stage of your business operations. . Custom software is your best bet for the perfect software.

Try LearnBoost: Free Amazing Gradebook Software for Teachers!

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? Learnboost: Free Amazing Gradebook, Attendance, and Lesson Planning Software you''re one click away. LearnBoost empowers educators with free administrative software for schools and classrooms.

Sheppard Software: Fruit Splat Subtraction

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On this site students practice those basic arithmetic operations by playing a fun game. Techlearning Resources Site of the Week

Vernier Software & Technology Announces Winners of  2018 Engineering Contest

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Vernier Software & Technology has announced the winners of its 2018 Vernier Engineering Contest, which recognizes science, engineering, and STEM teachers for their innovative use of Vernier sensors to teach students engineering concepts and practices.

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.

Webinar Highlights: Using Math Software for High Impact Personalized Learning

MIND Research Institute

Focusing on specific examples and best practices, our webinar team explored the power of implementing math software to create high impact personalized environments.

Ed-Tech Software Purchasing: Who Decides and How?

Leadership Lounge

However, our department’s success in leading the selection of instructional software and digital content for schools was another story. Finding the best instructional software (which includes apps and digital content) is a time-consuming and labor-intensive process.

District launches responsive website from Rediker Software

eSchool News

Waltham Public Schools chooses Rediker Software’s RediSite for their 10 schools and district office to meet the increasing mobile needs of parents, students and staff.

Minecraft Software Startup Gets Boost from National Science Foundation Grant

Marketplace K-12

An ed-tech startup developing software to help students learn computer coding principles through Minecraft has been awarded a $750,000 grant through the National Science Foundation. That infusion helped the company prototype the software and test it out on students.

A Beginner’s Guide to #EdTech Open Source Software

Fractus Learning

Did you ever explore a learning possibility only to realize that the software to make it happen costs a lot of money? Do you want to explore 3-D animation but don’t want to spend a lot of money on software you might not ultimately use? You might want to explore Open Source software!

$1.1 Billion Federal Block Grant Makes Ed-Tech Training Higher Priority Than Software, Devices

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Billion Federal Block Grant Makes Ed-Tech Training Higher Priority Than Software, Devices appeared first on Market Brief. A nearly three-fold increase in appropriations for the Title IV-A block grant in the new federal budget means many districts can dedicate more funds to ed-tech training for teachers. The post $1.1 Marketplace K-12 Uncategorized Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Funding/Budgets Professional Development Rural / Small School Districts

Software Asset Management Helps IT Pros Get the Most from Their Software Licenses

EdTech Magazine

Software Asset Management Helps IT Pros Get the Most from Their Software Licenses. School districts that zealously inventory and tag every physical asset they purchase often have a laissez-faire attitude toward software — but a software license can be much more durable and valuable than the laptop or server it’s currently being used on. It’s a win-win when IT managers keep track of software licenses and manage their support costs. Track Crucial Software Usage.

4 Tips for Surviving Software Audits

EdTech Magazine

By Wendy McMahon Experts share their tips for a smooth software licensing audit. Asset Management Licensing Software

Hayes Software Systems launches implementation plan for mid-sized districts

eSchool News

The Basic Implementation Plan is specifically designed for school districts looking to quick start their TIPWeb-IT software. News districts Education goals great implementation IT K-12 K-12 education need school school districts Software up

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.

When School-Installed Software Stops A Suicide

NPR Learning and Tech

School administrators increasingly have the power to track students' Web browsing even when they're at home. The implications are complicated

Boxlight and Globisens Release New Version of GlobiLab Analytical Software for the Labdisc

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– Boxlight Corporation (Nasdaq: BOXL) (“Boxlight”), and K-12 science technology pioneer Globisens have released a new version of the GlobiLab analytical software for the Labdisc portable STEM lab.

Winner of the Smart Software Contest Announced

The Web20Classroom

A while back I had the chance to give away over $1400 in Smartech Software. The competition was stiff and the decision was tough. Dustin Carson from Mt. Pleasant Elementary in Ontario, Canada submitted a great video on how his students use Smart Products everyday.

Districts Seek to Automate Software Management

EdTech Magazine

Asset Management SoftwareBy Steve Zurier IT managers appreciate tools that streamline patching and updates.

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 Helps Instructors Stop Mangling Hard-to-Pronounce Student Names

Edsurge

When Tresor Brill enters a classroom for the first time at the start of each semester, she knows what to expect: readings, class discussions, homework—and the professor mispronouncing her name (which should be pronounced “tray”-”soar”). Brill, an English major starting her senior year at Rice University , says hearing her name butchered by the professor is not exactly insulting, but it does cause discomfort. “It

School Shooting Simulation Software (and the Problem with How People Define 'Ed-Tech')

Hack Education

There were a flurry of stories on the shooting simulation software at the beginning of the year – Gizmodo , Engadget , Rolling Stone , The Verge – several of which seemed to build on an AP story filed in the closing days of 2016. I tweeted something rather flippant about the story back in January when Gizmodo posted a video about the simulation, and I received an admonishment from one ed-tech evangelist that the software “has nothing to do with ed-tech.”

Dell debuts new collaborative software for Chromebooks

eSchool News

Dell Classroom, a new software solution available for Dell Chromebooks, helping foster student and teacher engagement. Dell also introduced Dell Classroom, a new Chrome-based software solution designed to promote more individualized engagement between students and teachers in the classroom.

TNReady Online Testing Debuts, But Software Falters

K-12 Schools - Education News

However, when the test was first administered at the start of the week, so many software outages were reported that testing came to a stop. Author information Kristin Decarr | The post TNReady Online Testing Debuts, But Software Falters appeared first on Education News.

New software supports safe internet use, reporting

eSchool News

The software’s release supports international legislation obliging schools to introduce filtering technology and monitor students’ internet use more closely to safeguard and promote their welfare and prevent them “from being drawn into terrorism.”.

NSF funds research on math software

eSchool News

The National Science Foundation has granted $800k to North Carolina State University to use data mining techniques to study the game-based ST Math software program that’s currently used in 2,500 schools across the country.

This easy presentation software lets students focus on content, not design

eSchool News

Students spend more time playing around with presentation software than you might think. Imagine if there was presentation software that could give students and teachers what they want, while reducing time and energy spent on aspects of the task that don’t impact the final grade.

EXO U launches Ormiboard Pro Visual Creation Software

eSchool News

New whiteboarding software offers instant sharing to any student device, classroom management, and advanced interactivity building without an internet connection. a software development company, launched Ormiboard Pro , a visual creation and collaboration tool.

What is your favorite software for writing?

Reading By Example

I am not sure if it was iCloud or Scrivener, my current writing software of choice, that messed things up. Fortunately, I had saved what I had written for my next book on digital student portfolios up to this point as a PDF, so it’s a matter of copying and pasting my text into writing software. The question is: What should that software be? Here is how my conversation went last night with an Apple representative: Me: “My content in iCloud is gone.”.