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LEGO has created an engaging STEAM-inspired collaborative coding, problem-solving, and storytelling play activity that encourages socio-emotional development alongside academics.
This system enables clinicians to provide 1:1 teletherapy with special education students remotely.
A modern tool for lesson planning and instructional design that can aid teachers in devoting their time to working with students and not planning instructional activities.
The system builds foundational reading skills through a multisensory & multimodal approach that individualizes instruction to reach all learners both in-class or at home.
A versatile kit that encourages cross-curricular and collaborative learning, both in-person and remotely.
The platform generates evidence about the effectiveness of education technology interventions so administrators can make informed decisions about ed-tech solutions.
Paper partners with school districts to provide unlimited, 24/7 high-impact tutoring—at no cost to students.
These companies will demo their winning products at FETC, Jan. 26-28 in Orlando.
Educational technology, both online and in the classroom, went into overdrive during COVID and its presence will grow in new ways regardless of the trajectory of the pandemic.
Administrators now have to convince students and their families that this next phase of virtual learning is not the same as what occurred earlier in the pandemic.
This year's edition of Anxiety Disorders in the Classroom: An Action Guide to Identification, Evaluation, and Intervention details how to uncover and address anxiety in the school setting.
One of the most important aspects of using technology in schools is responsible and secure management: ensuring devices are protected from viruses, malware, and other threats.