Tech & Cybersecurity
Sora reading app digitally links Harlandale ISD & San Antonio Public Library
Sora, the student reading app from OverDrive Education, gives Harlandale students the ability to borrow titles from the district’s OverDrive digital collection and access juvenile and young adult e-books and audiobooks from the San Antonio Public Library (SAPL). Sponsored content by OverDrive.
Florida district enhancing professional learning with interactive online approach
To help teachers and staff continuously grow and to meet objectives of the District Equity Plan, ACPS uses Gale eBooks: Professional Learning, an on-demand experience that is personalized for the district’s 2,000 educators. Sponsored content by Gale, a Cengage Company.
Start making from day one
Guest columnist Sylvia Martinez, a speaker at DA's FETC 2020, says that If you are looking at making and makerspace activities as a way to give students more agency over their own learning, why not start building those habits immediately to send that message early and often.
Improving equity through project-based learning: The festival approach
Hall Davidson, a DA guest columnist who will speak at DA’s FETC 2020, says building a curriculum-based media festival celebrates authentic assessment and project-based learning, and gives students ownership and pride in their accomplishments.
Schools are choosing to video record special ed classrooms with or without state support. Here’s why.
While several states have laws that either require or allow the use of cameras in special ed classrooms, some districts are pursuing their own school surveillance policies to improve student and teacher safety.