Archive for the ‘blended learning’ Category

Broadband is Key

Author:  Matt Holloway, Education Specialist, Special Education Broadband has become as essential to our schools as water or electricity. – Culatta, Richard, acting director of the U.S.  Department of Educational Technology.  Emerging Technology Panel.  SXSWedu.  Austin, TX, 5 March, 2013.   As more and more is asked of teachers in terms of instructional accountability, rigor […]

OnTRACK Social Studies Lessons Now Available!

Author: Rachel Hernandez, Social Studies Education Specialist OnTRACK courses for World Geography, World History and high school U.S. History have been made available through TEA’s Project Share initiative.  These lessons are intended to supplement classroom instruction and provide teachers and students with a resource for intervention.  Teachers in K-12 public and charter schools currently have […]

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