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EdTech: How to Motivate and Engage Educators in Challenging Times

  Flexibility means everything in education today. Dr. Karen Ingram, national education consultant for Istation, and Dr. Claudia Castillas, a bilingual virtual product development coach Read more

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Bill Gates-Led Fund Backs Startup With Cheaper Way to Move Hydrogen
June 28, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- A hydrogen molecule is tiny. So tiny, in fact, that trying to store and transport it via existing tanks and pipes can end up causing cracks in steel. If hydrogen is to become a clean fuel of Read more
Do You Know Where Your Instruments Are? How Surgical Instrument Marking Can Improve Your Perioperative feat. Bill Camargo and Jennifer Bingaman
June 28, 2022
Ahead of any surgical procedure or operation is the preparation of surgical instruments. In the latest episode of the podcast “ConCensis,” host Tyler Kern discussed the ins and outs of how Censis utilizes its Read more
Gossip About Gossip: Connecting Athletes Directly with Their Fans
June 28, 2022
Who is the human being behind the media-hyped athlete? How can athletes connect with fans in a safe, positive environment? Attempting to close these gaps is REVEL Moments, a live, unscripted, and safe two-way Read more
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EdTech: How to Motivate and Engage Educators in Challenging Times
December 6, 2021
  Flexibility means everything in education today. Dr. Karen Ingram, national education consultant for Istation, and Dr. Claudia Castillas, a bilingual virtual product development coach Read more
EdTech: How to Use Federal Education Funds to Ease STEM Learning Loss
May 27, 2021
The past two school years have been unprecedented in their difficulty. Students feel it. Teachers and administration feel it. But thankfully, the U.S. government is providing federal funds to Read more
Professional Development Gives Educators an Immersive, Engaging Experience
November 30, 2020
  Today’s educators face more challenges than ever before. With the pandemic adding new layers of complexity to teaching, are our educators sacrificing their professional development to get Read more
How the “Big Five” Tackles Student Reading Fluency
December 6, 2019
  Reading is one of the hardest skills to learn in early development. Any parent or teacher can attest to the struggle students go through on their journey to reading fluency and Read more
Personalizing a Student’s Classroom Experience Through Differentiated Instruction
October 22, 2019
  One of the biggest struggles in the classroom for educators is finding the right balance between getting everyone in the classroom to follow the curriculum and pace of the course while Read more
Helping English Language Learners Succeed
September 17, 2019
In states like California, up to 20 percent of students are English Language Learners, but we're not just talking about Spanish. ELLs speak 150 different languages in the U.S., and teachers Read more
How Blended Learning Prepares Students for Success
August 12, 2019
  Gone are the days of overhead projectors and composition notebooks in the classroom. The technology revolution has made its way into education. Some critics frown upon the rapid influx of Read more
Technology is Proving Successful for Early Literacy Efforts
June 17, 2019
  Technology tools, like the online learning portal from Dallas-based Istation, are not only helping students in elementary school, but they are aiding early literacy efforts for kids just Read more
Predictive Assessments Can Lead to More Personalized Instruction
May 22, 2019
Educators have known for a while that personalized, one-on-one education is the way forward for the classroom. But the reality is, with large classrooms and tight schedules, giving this Read more