Districts offer advice on how to integrate technology with an emphasis on coaching teachers first. “If you’re going to use technology in your classrooms, make sure you have the people to carry out the training,” says Jill Earman.
Prasad Ram and Amara Humphry share the belief that education is a fundamental human right. In 2011, they started Gooru, a California non-profit with a social mission: to honor the human right to education. How did this passion for education begin?
Learning technologies offer great potential to improve education, but whether that potential will be realized depends on three key factors, which have less to do with technology itself and more to do with the people using it…
Gary Brantley, Chief Information Officer for Georgia’s DeKalb County School District, describes how migrating to a single platform for assessment, data analysis, and instruction has simplified most everything for his district.
The College, which has a strong track record on innovation and development, was shortlisted in 2015 for a prestigious AoC Beacon Award in the JISC sponsored category for the effective use of Technology in FE.
Hear from education leaders who have worked with districts large and small, to streamline curriculum management, track and advance student progress, facilitate best practices, and maximize their curriculum investment.
Some teachers ask themselves, “Why do I need a LMS? Why can’t I just keep doing what I’ve been doing? Here is one teacher’s answer to why every district should have something that is at least LMS-like…
School districts are finding that having the right partners, and a solution that is based on a fully-featured LMS, are the keys to successfully digital transformation. Check out our new infographic for more information!
itslearning and Gooru will be the first to offer 35 curriculum courses, backed with assessments, for grades 6-12 in core subject areas, including science, mathematics, English language arts and social studies.