These social-emotional learning strategies can make a difference in classrooms and schools and provide students and teachers with support.
The U.S. Department of Education hosted its 6th annual ED Games Expo, and about a fifth of the featured games incorporated virtual and augmented reality.
The founder of Move This World realized that videos and technology allowed her to share her social-emotional learning products and strategies with more schools and students.
This ed-tech company CEO found that letting go of things that were not serving her company’s mission was critical to its progression.
Teachers’ use of a variety of digital tools and platforms, from learning management systems to free and open resources, has risen over the past year, a new survey finds.
The Education Department said the resource-sharing hub became reliant on “rapidly aging technologies,” though it hopes other public and private sector innovations spring from the project.
YouTube is inviting individual content-creators and organizations to apply for a portion of $20 million to fashion educational content.
In this week’s dealmaking news, Wonderschool, a platform aims to help experienced educators and childcare providers start and run their own in-home businesses, raised $20 million, and littleBits, a provider of technology kits for kids, has acquired DIY Co., an operator of online educational services for kids and their families.
A major Maryland district has put forward an RFP for online assessments in math, and a school system in Virginia is planning to purchase a human-resources management system.
A Texas district is looking for an online instructional program in elementary schools, and a Tennessee school system wants a digital literacy platform, while a Virginia district needs special education services.