In the majesty of its settings and moments of ritual, the US Supreme Court brings its distinctive manner of working in public—by listening to one lawyer at a time and asking tough questions. Its atmosphere mixes informality with dramatic tension. InHeritage, the Supreme Court Historical Society’s new website, offers educational resources on how the court works and landmark cases.
Pedagogue is a social media network where educators can share advice, strategies, tools, hacks, resources, and more, and work together to improve their teaching skills and the academic performance of the students in their charge.
Sandbox AR from Discovery Education is an award-winning digital media platform that serves more than 4.5 million students worldwide across 140 countries. The freeaugmented reality app, available on iPad only at the time of the launch, takes advantage of the device’s camera, display, motion sensors, and high-speed processors to meld reality and digital creations.
The Visions of Educationpodcast brings fuzzy ideas in education into focus. In the podcast, a professor of social studies education at University of North Texas and a teacher of high school social studies in Massachusetts have conversations with educators about their big ideas in education.
The Little Free Library app for iOS and Android mobile devices makes it easy for users to find little library locations near them. They can get directions to the nearest ones, create routes, and save their favorites.