If you're not familiar with TeacherLists.com it's a great online resource for managing individual or district-wide supply lists. Plus, they've just announced that they will be giving away free classroom supplies to teachers who refer other educators and help spread the word. Here is the full press release for more information:
SMART Technologies and Epson made the announcement today that they will be partnering up in order to provide SMART interactive technologies with Epson projectors. They believe that this will allow for more interactive educational experiences in the classroom. For more, here's the press release:
EdTrips is a new site that helps teachers digitally manage their field trips. You can use Edtrips to collect permission slips, manage payments, and see all of your field trip information in one place. If you're interested in more information, here is the press release from their recent launch announcement:
The Air Force Collaboratory is an online, interactive platform that invites STEM inclined students and educators to solve some of the Air Force's toughest challenges. Their first project saw over 900 submissions and they have just announced the launch of their second. If you're involved with STEM education, this sounds like a wonderful opportunity. Here is the full press release:
Educational Technology is tough to keep up with. Every day there are new apps, lesson plans, and ideas. For some teachers (like myself), this is what makes edtech such an exciting and energizing field. But for teachers who don’t have the time or desire to sort through websites full of reviews, finding and incorporating new tech can be incredibly daunting.
Zaption is a new interactive video platform that lets teachers turn ordinary YouTube videos into interactive experiences. Using Zaption, teachers can include quizzes, comments, discussions, and can even track their students' viewing habits. Here is a portion of the press release from today's launch...
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