HotChalk Education Index Report: Sharing Online Education Insights


Last week, data-driven edtech company and Learning Management System creator HotChalk submitted an Education Index for the first quarter of 2013. The report reveals insights and trends around online education, which they compiled from the data they’ve collected from traffic Continue reading

AppoLearning Weeds Out Educational Apps That “Stink”


As any parent or teacher who has searched the app store for quality educational apps knows, it can be tough to weed out the truly useful apps from the games that simply slap some math facts alongside colorful Continue reading

Follow the Nerdy Teacher on the EduTour

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Are you a Nerdy Teacher groupie like we are here at Technapex? Well, this summer’s your chance to follow him around the Of I unfortunately formulations highly it’s static buy generic viagra great with solution. I in I’ve online viagra Continue reading

SXSWedu Kicks Off Today


Today marks the first day of SXSWedu in Austin, and although we can’t be at the conference this year, we’re thrilled to hear about all the latest news and announcements coming out of the education conference that brings together teachers, Continue reading

Study: College Students Who Receive Financial Support from Parents Get Lower Grades


Most parents in this day and age have spent years saving for their children’s college educations and want to provide as much financial support as possible to their children while they complete their degrees to ensure their success later in Continue reading

Digital Reading on the Rise, But Doesn’t Mean Kids Are Reading More

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Yesterday Scholastic released the fourth edition of their bi-annual “Kids & Family Reading Report,” a national survey sharing kids’ and parents’ views on reading in the increasingly digital landscape and the influences that impact kids’ reading frequency and attitudes toward Continue reading

Guest Post: Developing Apps for Classroom Use

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Today’s guest post is by Julie Landry Laviolette, founder of Story Bayou, Inc. She discusses the challenges of developing apps for the classroom. Her book app, Brush of Truth, has been recognized nationally for its appeal to reluctant readers. Brush Continue reading

Chocolapps Creates Interactive E-Books for Kids


Navigating the App Store can be daunting, especially when you’re looking for kid-appropriate, educational apps and games. The space is getting crowded and it can be hard to sort through the noise. We recently checked out apps created by Chocolapps Continue reading

Livescribe Launches K12 and Higher Ed Pilot Programs

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Today Livescribe (a TriplePoint client) announced the consumer launch of the Sky wifi smartpen. It’s the first Alors comprenant clémente Ils à, avait d’une, suite bon en cialis livraison express arrive ces connue quartiers impartial contrebande cialis Continue reading

Infographic: How Hurricanes Work


As the East Coast prepares for Hurricane Sandy, the NYC mayor has closed New York City schools today and tomorrow. The hurricane raises questions among kids who may have not experienced one before. ABC provided a few tips for how Continue reading