Concentric Sky is pleased to announce the launch of Badgr Pathways. With Pathways, badges from any Open Badges compliant platform can be stacked together in alignment with competency frameworks. Learners have an easy-to-understand map view of where they are in a curriculum. And just like they can share badges, learners can share their Pathway progress – including […]
WASHINGTON, May 21, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), the principal membership association representing U.S. state and territorial digital learning leaders, announced today its sixth annual cohort of Emerging Private Sector Partners. These innovative education technology startups were selected through a competitive application process and will be introduced as a […]
CORNISH, ME (May 15, 2018) — AC&E Education today announced the launch of a new media platform, Accessibility, Compliance, and Equity in Education (AC&E). The digital publication and website will provide the pre-K–20 market with concrete information and practical resources written by education and industry experts. The quarterly digital publication will launch during the first week […]
Helping you paraphrase and study while reducing plagiarism Toronto, ON, May 9, 2018 — Quillsoft launched ReaderQ software extension for the Chrome browser, in English and French, as a tool to help you paraphrase text from the web while reducing plagiarism. Many people, from students to political speech writers, fall into the trap of copying […]
Education Talk Radio Dr. Jonathan Plucker, from the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth and President-Elect of The National Association for Gifted Children, discusses the importance of equity for children performing at more advanced levels of comprehension. Listen to the interview here:
Whenever you add a piece of content or a new feature or interactive element, take these steps to ensure your site is accessible.
Before we get comfortable, thinking access is the only fire we have to address, there is more: privacy, security, and quality.
States and districts can take advantage of the moment by self-assessing their procurement practices and taking the first steps toward including accessibility.
We need to stop waiting for data and ideas from above, and at least plant some seeds so the organic process can have a chance to grow.
To help students transition to higher level thinking and increased engagement, high-quality digital content needs to be expertly curated.