“Sometimes she would talk a little too fast and I would be still writing something while she would be explaining something else,” said student Janine Cortesi of Corkscrew Middle School. But now, with the smartpen implementation, students are able to access instruction after class from any computer with internet access.
“I was taught if you don’t have a plan, you have a plan to fail,” said Johnson, a senior who is taking advantage of DeSoto High School’s new multimedia program for special education students. MyGraduationPlan is a national online resource creat…
Our classroom media event in suburban Dallas hosted the local ABC affiliate. Thanks to the nonstop efforts of Pamela’s media team, the McKinney story from Lawson Early Childhood Education Center just went national and has been airing nati…
Solution Tree Author Eric Sheninger is in the spotlight again, this time on the cover of Scholastic Administrator Magazine. See how these administrators are using social media to connect with peers—and improve how they run their schools.
Teachers at the Baldwin Park public school say “Letters alive,” software that combines interactive 3-D technology with sounds, words and realistic animal actions, is helping the school’s 50 autistic children overcome the challenges they encounter when learning to read.
Kids are having phonetic fun at the McKinney ISD’s Herman Lawson Early Childhood Center with Letters alive. ABC Dallas/Fortworth stops by to have a look.
Logical Choice’s CEO Cynthia Kaye demonstrates Letters alive for Tech & Learning at this years FETC.
John has been selected as one of 2012′s most influential African-Americans by MSNBC’s TheGrio.com.
Scholastic Administrator’s Ken Royal narrates an exceptional product overview for one of our most promising rock stars: Letters alive by Logical Choice
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A new high-tech way of teaching is helping pre-K kids in McKinney learn how to read. CBS Dallas/Fortworth visits Lawson Early Childhood Center to see Letters alive in action.
Ken Royal from Scholastic Administrator Magazine took Evernote for a test drive, posting this video during the Florida Educational Technology Conference. This will remain front and center through…
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