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Monitor, Manage, Control, Orchestrate and Collaborate with NetSupport School

Sep 16, 2016

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Manage, Interact & Collaborate with Multiplatform Student Devices

NetSupport School has been delivering educators with a powerful combination of monitoring, real-time presentation, and collaboration tools for 27 years that are guaranteed to enhance any IT lesson while simultaneously reducing educational technology costs. NetSupport School makes it easy for instructors to teach with or embrace new technology and offers support for all platforms—including PCs, Chromebooks, iPads, and Android devices—making it the perfect scalable solution to address classroom management needs.

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Statistics in Schools Program

Sep 16, 2016


Activities Developing Data Analysis Skills

The US Census Bureau has unveiled its newly updated Statistics in Schools program for K–12 teachers and students. Using current and historical data, the Census Bureau provides teachers the tools to help students understand statistical concepts and improve their data analysis skills.

Lesson Modules for Philosophy

Sep 16, 2016


Lesson Modules for Philosophical Discussions

Children’s literature often raises deep philosophical issues that elementary school children love to think about. The Teaching Children Philosophy website has assembled all the materials teachers will need to have a philosophical discussion with children, except the books.

Computational Thinking

Sep 01, 2016


Guides Demystifying Computational Thinking

BCS, the Chartered Institute of IT, in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Engineering in the United Kingdom (UK), have developed freely downloadable guides to the UK’s new computational thinking curriculum. The guides were written especially for primary (elementary) and secondary teachers to demystify the study of computational thinking in primary and secondary schools.

Continuing Impact of 9/11

Sep 01, 2016


Webcasts Exploring Impact of 9/11

Produced for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, the Exploring 9/11 webcast series considers the continuing impact of the events of 9/11 on the United States and the global community. Through interviews, scholars and experts articulate a wide range of views on 9/11, including its origins and ramifications. They also discuss how meaning is made of the past and how this process evolves over time.


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