Language arts teachers know that leveling books is both art and science. In this webinar, Kathy Burdick, president of Mobile Learning Servic...
Make homework fun and involve parents: try a “flipped” lesson! We welcome Katie Neville, a true master educator with more than 40 years ...
In the final installment of her three-part series, POPstar Lisa Parisi shares strategies for developing student autonomy. From global collab...
Drs. Karen Trujillo and Barbara Chamberlin of New Mexico State University introduce Math Snacks, a collection of free math games and animati...
Integrating technology while meeting the daily demands of a curriculum can be difficult for educators. In the second of her three-part serie...
Join us as we explore multiple intelligences and highlight the ways you can use netTrekker Search and BrainPOP to develop corresponding lear...
Out of habit, today’s students regularly turn to popular search engines for their school research — often overlooking valuable library r...
Join POPstar Lisa Parisi for the first a three-part webinar series entitled “Exploring Possibilities.” The first installment will focus ...
In this lecture, game designer Nick Fortugno, CCO of Playmatics and creator of Ayiti: the Cost of Life, inspires us to think beyond games as...
These election-themed games have just what you need to teach your students about the path to becoming president. Our friends at iCivics joi...
Dawn Crawford a netTrekker curriculum specialist and our own Carrie Mignano highlight great resources and instructional strategies for early...
We welcome Leslie Schecht, Director of Technology for Special Education District 75 in New York City, for a look at the iOS platform’s acc...