Evaluating Edtech for Efficacy, Standards-Alignment, and Student Growth

People who’ve never been to Wichita think it’s a rural area—some vestige of the Wild West, replete with tumbleweeds and free-roaming cattle. Not so. Today, Wichita is quite urban—it’s an industrial hub and the largest city in the state of

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January 20, 2015 10:00 am - By in

Webinar: Digital Math Strategies to Personalize Learning in K-8

Using effective strategies to personalize math learning for K-8 students can make the difference between producing engaged, successful students versus frustrated, struggling ones. New tools—such as online games, apps, multimedia curricula, and adaptive assessments—are opening doors for teachers to differentiate

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May 15, 2014 11:00 am - By in

EdWeek Webinar: Practical Instructional Transitions for Elementary Math in the Common-Core Era

As teachers and instructional leaders in 44 states and the District of Columbia immerse themselves in the Common Core State Standards in math, they continue to hunt for effective resources and instructional techniques. In this webinar, math instructional expert Zachary

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