This week our team is saddling up and heading to San Antonio to attend the always popular iNACOL Symposium.
We are thrilled to once again to be listening to, chatting with and presenting alongside the many experts, practitioners, educators, policymakers and researchers working to transform education. We can’t wait to share what we see and learn over the next few days on the blog and social media, so stay tuned to our channels for frequent updates!
In honor of this leading event for K-12 competency-based, blended and online learning, this week’s stories share several new resources, guidebooks, platforms and toolkits created to help edleaders continue their transformational work long after we hit the lights on #iNACOL16.
Blended Schools & Tools
1. Personalized Learning Guide
— Barbara Bray (@bbray27) October 24, 2016
2. Blended Language Learning Toolkit
— Emily Liebtag (@EmilyLiebtag) October 25, 2016
3. Google Education Transformation
— Matthew Krohne (@matthewkrohne) October 13, 2016
4. Arc Video Platform
— Canvas LMS (@CanvasLMS) October 25, 2016
5. Next-Gen LRM
— Motivis Learning (@motivislearning) October 19, 2016
6. IBM Watson Education App for iPad
— Carri Schneider (@CarriSchneider) October 20, 2016
Dollars & Deals
7. PowerSchool Acquires Chalkable
— Eileen Rudden (@eileenrudden) October 19, 2016
8. Coding Girls
— Cynthia Ambrose (@CynthiaAmbrose) October 21, 2016
Check out this organization that helps GenDIY women become Girls Who Code.
9. South African Schools Investment
— Tom Vander Ark (@tvanderark) October 26, 2016
We had the opportunity to visit SPARK schools in South Africa in Johannesburg and share more about its innovative blend in this blog.
10. Assessment Toolkit
— KnowledgeWorks (@knowledgeworks) October 20, 2016
For more, see:
- Personalized Standards-Based Instruction Tied to Social Emotional Learning
- Infographic | 10 Elements of Next-Gen Language Learning
- Is Coding the Most Important Language to Learn Right Now?
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