Dual View: Another Perspective on the Market Share

We usually present the market share for the product categories using the number of institutions. This is currently our default view. However, this way of […]

Data Interoperability Is Critical For K-12

Consider how strong it would be if all of the numerous systems and applications K-12 school systems could easily “speak” to one another and share […]

The New Face of Finalsite

When Finalsite purchased Blackboard K-12’s product suite in mid-September, we finally got the answer to the question from September 2021: what is the fate of […]

SIS and LMS Used in School Districts

Have you ever asked yourself: which SIS is used with a given LMS? When an institution considers replacing its learning management system, it may want […]

Details on the K-12 SIS Update

Following our K-12 SIS historical implementation update, we received a few questions and comments that we want to address in this post’s update. This post […]

10 Amazing ideas for celebrating World Teachers’ Day 2022

Adopted after the 1966 International Labor Organization and UNESCO’s Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers, World Teachers’ Day 2022 is celebrated on the 5th of […]

What’s the point of NFT in education and why should teachers care?

Most everyone has likely heard about NFTs but may not necessarily know what they are or how they can be used, especially in education. The […]

What is culturally responsive teaching and how to implement it in your classroom?

Being a teacher has never been only about teaching students things like math, science, and history. A teacher is a mentor, a counselor, an influencer, […]

Data literacy skills: what they are and how do we teach them to our students?

We have access to more information than ever before. As the world has dealt with transitions in how we live, learn, and work, everyone has […]

4 Ways to Create a Positive K-12 Classroom

Any room can be turned into a classroom when it’s being used as a venue for learning. The parents who have helped their children get […]

ProjeCT29: Using Local History to Engage Students

By Peter C. VermilyeaDepartment Chair and History TeacherHousatonic Valley Regional H.S. & Western Connecticut State University

Positive student-teacher relationships: 8 Ways to build stronger connections in the classroom

Every teacher was once a student. When remembering those years on the other side of the teacher’s desk, we know that students don’t learn when […]

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