Cable in the Classroom provides a variety of information on improving teaching and learning in schools, at home, and in the community through the use of new technologies and engaging content.
The CELT Corporation focuses exclusively on education and is one of the nationâ??s leading IT Architect and Learning/Business Systems Integrators for K-12 leadership.
CTL provides research and information on innovative ways of using technology to address teaching and learning issues.
COSN is devoted to advancing K-12 Technology Leadership. Ed Tech resources, web casts, and online courses are all available on their website.
Education Week's primary mission is to help raise the level of awareness and understanding among professionals and the public of important issues in American education. Education Week covers local, state, and national news and issues from preschool through the 12th grade.
A free website offering peer review of hardware, software (instructional and administrative) and services in the K-12 and Higher Ed markets.
FCC LearnNet contains historical documents, E-rate information, and links to other education sites
Funds for Learning is an educational technology consulting firm that specializes in E-rate funding. Their site contains tools and resources to help your school benefit from a variety of ed-tech funding opportunities.
Funds For Learning is an educational technology consulting firm specializing in the federal E-rate program. FFL helps K-12 schools, libraries and businesses benefit from this and other ed-tech funding opportunities designed to get them connected to the Internet.
The High Plains Regional Technology in Education Consortium (HPR*TEC) helps teachers and other educators create, share, or find solutions to problems they encounter when integrating technology into education.
The ISTE website provides networking opportunities, curriculum, technology news, and a research center to aid technology educators.
ITEA is devoted to enhancing technology education through technology, innovation, design, and engineering experiences at the K-12 school levels.
When making your education technology purchases, ISTE's Seal of Alignment guarantees that products, services, or resources with the Seal have undergone rigorous, independent evaluation by expert reviewers and are NETS-aligned. ISTE's National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) are the recognized standard of excellence for education technology, and NETS-aligned products and services help educators meet today's tough student assessment standards.
The technology update is developed by the Office of Technology for Jefferson County Schools in Tennessee. This section provides access to some of the most useful online teaching tools.
The K-20 Technology Solutions Center is your place to practice due diligence in ed-tech purchasing. You can identify the leading education technology providers (browse by keyword, company name, or product category), discover featured products, review relevant research briefs, case studies, and white papers, and learn how and where to get needed funding. Get the latest company and product updates inside the Product News Update.
Mid-Atlantic Regional Technology in Education Consortium (MAR*TEC) focuses on the region's educational reform needs to ensure that every student in the region becomes technologically proficient to enhance their ability to achieve schooling success and fully participate in the workplace of 21st century America and the global economy.
Moodle is a course management system designed to help educators who want to create quality online courses. The software is used all over the world by universities, schools, companies and independent teachers. Moodle is open source and completely free to use.
The Northeast & the Islands Regional Technology In Education Consortium (NEIRTEC) focuses on helping educational leaders at the state, district, and school levels put technology to effective use in schools.
The NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource that teaches kids and teens how to stay safer on the Internet. NetSmartz combines the newest technologies available and the most current information to create high-impact educational activities that are well received by even the most tech-savvy kids.
Northwest Educational Technology Consortium provides professional development opportunities, access to technical assistance, and support for collegial interaction that allows and encourages educators throughout our region, and especially in K-12 schools, to become informed and fearless users of technology.
Pacific Regional Technology in Education Consortium (PREL) bridges the gap between research, theory, and practice in education and works collaboratively with schools and school systems to provide services that range from curriculum development to assessment and evaluation.
The Regional Technology in Education Consortia (R*TEC) program is established to help states, local educational agencies, teachers, school library and media personnel, administrators, and other education entities successfully integrate technologies into kindergarten through 12th grade (K-12) classrooms, library media centers, and other educational settings, including adult literacy centers.
Regional Technology in Education Consortium for the Southwest is designed to foster discussions and communication among learners, teachers, administrators, parents and community members on the benefits of technology to enhance learning.
The SouthEast Initiatives Regional Technology in Education Consortium (SEIR*TEC) is a group of national, regional, and university-based organizations dedicated to promoting the use of technology to improve teaching and learning by providing technical assistance, authentic professional development in the areas of curriculum and instruction, leadership for technology, policy, and planning and evaluation.
The Smithsonian Education site is full of essentials for educators. In addition to lesson plans and field trips, this site provides resources tied to Tennessee State Standards. An abundance of information available!
SALT is for professionals whose work requires knowledge and communication in the field of instructional technology. A glossary of tech. terms, publications, and job listings are all found on their website.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) is the principal association representing the state directors for educational technology.
Tennessee Educational Technology Association
The Appalachia Region Comprehensive Center (ARCC) provides differentiated, high-quality, evidence-based, relevant and useful technical assistance that results in increased state education agency capacity to implement NCLB, enhanced student achievement, and improved school and district AYP (adequate yearly progress) status in Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
The Center for Children & Technology investigates the roles that technology can play in improving teaching and learning inside and outside the classroom.
The Center on Instruction is a gateway to a cutting-edge collection of scientifically based research and information on K-12 instruction in reading, math, science, special education, and English language learning.
The CEO Forum on Education and Technology was founded in the fall of 1996 to help ensure that America's schools effectively prepare all students to be contributing citizens and productive workers in the 21st Century.
A non-profit educational research and development organization that focuses on digital equity & improving learning opportunities for all students. Their website contains professional development resources and curriculum projects for students.
The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) provides leadership, advocacy, and technical assistance on major educational issues.
The Mid-Continent Region Comprehensive Center (MC3) serves as the â??on-the-groundâ?? provider of technical assistance to four States by helping them increase their capacity to assist districts and schools meet their student achievement goals.
The National High School Center serves as a resource network for practitioners, researchers, and policymakers to meet the needs of all high school students so these students receive the quality education and services necessary to graduate from high school ready to succeed in college, work, and life.
The New England Region Comprehensive Center (NECC) helps develop the capacity of state education agencies to assist districts and schools in improving achievement outcomes for all students.
The New York Comprehensive Center (NYCC) The New York Comprehensive Center (NYCC) helps the state of New York develop the capacity of state education agencies to assist districts and schools in improving achievement outcomes for all students.
The Northwest Regional Comprehensive Center (NWRCC) assists the State Education Agencies of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming by helping them adopt proven approaches to achieve the school improvement and student performance goals of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act.
At Web English Teacher educators can take advantage of online technology to share ideas and to benefit from the work of others.
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Grade Connect is an easy-to-use course management system that's packed with an impressive array of features proven to help teachers manage their courses more easily.
This website is developed by the Office of Technology for Jefferson County Schools in Tennessee. This website includes up to date news, resource links, and fun interactive learning activities.
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