Join us for an evening of dining and networking with other women in education technology, including a stellar group of ISTE p...
This weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. To paraphrase the great American poet Jimmy Buffet, it’s time to nibble...
The Institute for Science and Math Education at the University of Washington recently offered a crash course on the Next Gene...
DragonBox develops a user’s fundamental skills in algebra before teaching its context and application.
The array of social technologies open a wide swath of possibilities for active learning, particularly in the online and blended teaching space.
4 months ago by EdCetera Staff
A state policy maker called and asked how a next-gen state university would work. They had spent lots of money with a brand name consultant that had given them predictable advice (create a consortium or start a new institution) and the policy maker had the sense that they weren’t pushing hard enough. Given the pressu...
4 months ago by Tom Vander Ark
In part 2 of our sereis on Dr. Curtis Bonk’s extreme learning research, we look at ways to integrate the best practices of fieldwork into your curriculum.
5 months ago by EdCetera Staff
McKinsey released a report called Education to Employment: Designing a System that Works. The six findings are rationale but fall short on the innovation front. The big sector wide solutions that the McKinsey team described will be beneficial when and where the occur. In the mean time, watch for organic solutions tha...
5 months ago by Tom Vander Ark
Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) were thetop megatrend of 2012. MOOCs made theshift from curiosity to employability. Antioch University is proving that it's getting easier to convert a MOOC experience into college credit. ACE is close behind, evaluating Coursera courses for credit. EdX and the Gates Foundation par...
5 months ago by Getting Smart Staff
Florida Virtual School® (FLVS®) is a fully accredited public school district with a 15-year history of successfully educating students. An award-winning, international leader in online learning, FLVS offers access to more than 120 core, AP®, and elective courses to students all over the world.
Whether you are looking for a master’s degree program, computer science classes, a K-12 curriculum, or GED study program, this list gives you a look at 50 websites that promise education for free.
7 months ago by Guest Author
The need for speed. The Education Super Highway National School Speed Test is now underway. The group aims to Ensure that every K-12 school in America has 100MB+ of broadband infrastructure, starting with this inventory. Click here to check your school’s speed.
8 months ago by Carri Schneider