If you're looking for an interesting and thought-provoking read from the EdTech Leadership position, may I recommend the new post from Mike Daugherty over at More Than a Tech. The piece discusses how a push for online assessments may actually act as a catalyst for increasing and improving technology infrastructure in K-12 settings. Definitely worth reading, as is the rest of Mike's site!
Raz-Kids is a service that is operated under the Learning A-Z umbrella. For those unfamiliar, Learning A-Z offers an enormous number of K-6 learning resources to help save teachers time and support student achievement. Raz-Kids in particular, offers a collection of e-books that students can read and engage with online. You can read more about the service on our reviews page.
Defined STEM is an excellent service that offers an enormous collection of pre-created problem and project-based learning resources for all core subjects in K-12. Each resource is built around a specific career to help increase relevancy, and comes with all the resources, standards, materials, and so on that you could possibly need. Read all about the service on our reviews page.
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